X E R O X D O C U C O L O R 2 0 0 0 S E R I E S
C U S T O M E R E X P E C T A T I O N S D O C U M E N T
If a customer is successfully running a VPS (Variable Print Specification) workflow on
another Creo configuration, i.e., DC40 or DC70/100/130, it will work similarly on the
DocuColor 2045CSX and 2060CSX. The same Xerox infrastructure in place today will
support existing applications on the DocuColor 2045/2060 CSX.
The DocuColor 2045/2060CSX also supports Xerox VIPP 2001(Variable data Intelligent
PostScript Printware) when used in conjunction with the DesignMerge software
application. The new version of Xerox VIPP 2001 provides enhanced Variable
Information (VI) capabilities specifically for the DocuColor Series of printers that are not
presently available for the Xerox monochrome and highlight color product families.
Consequently, performance cannot be guaranteed for any applications authored with
prior versions of Xerox VIPP. Alternate third party user interfaces, including the VIPP
IDE (Interactive Development Environment), are not currently supported.
For important information regarding Variable Information (VI) application and printer-
specific known issues and limitations, please refer to the DC2000 Series and applicable
Variable Information solution Customer Expectations Document. The Variable
Information Customer Expectations Document contains detailed information regarding
application-specific operational parameters and performance criteria, and is an important
part of the pre-sales process to ensure that expectations regarding solution capabilities
are properly communicated to, and fully understood by the customer. A copy of this
document may be obtained from your local Xerox Representative.
High Capacity Feeder and Stacker/Stacker-
Stapler (HCF and HCS/HCSS) Support
The HCS does not support mixed paper size jobs. The HCSS does not support mixed
paper size job stapling or staple limit checking. Maximum sheets to be stapled must
conform to the following table in the job set-up. Exceeding these limits can result in
damage to the stapler resulting in a service call.
64 – 80 g/m
81 – 105 g/m
106 – 135 g/m
136 – 150 g/m
151 – 220 g/m
221 – 280 g/m
Can not be stapled
V e r s i o n 2 . 0
March 28, 2002