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XEROX ANNOUNCES PRODUCTS FOR ENGINEERING DOCUMENT MARKET; WIDE-FORMAT COPIER AFFORDABLE FOR ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS

 XEROX ANNOUNCES PRODUCTS FOR ENGINEERING DOCUMENT MARKET;
 WIDE-FORMAT COPIER AFFORDABLE FOR ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
 ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The second generation of the world's most popular plain-paper engineering copier was announced today by Xerox Engineering Systems.
 The Xerox 2515 Engineering Copier is the latest addition to the Xerox 2500 family of affordable, low and mid-volume, plain-paper engineering copiers. The 2515 was developed after a series of improvements were made to its predecessor, the Xerox 2510 Engineering Copier, the best-selling plain-paper engineering copier in history.
 Xerox Engineering Systems, a division of Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX), also announced the industry's first flat sorter capable of handling plain-paper engineering documents up to 36 by 48 inches.
 The 2515 Engineering Copier has been designed to offer superior reliability and copy quality to a broad range of users who depend on large-format documents. Among its improvements, many of which were developed through customer feedback, are a newly designed control panel with feature keys for partial copy, program recall and toner distribution control.
 "The 2515 brings all of the advantages of plain-paper engineering reprographics to a broad range of users at a very attractive price point," said Peggi Tabor, product manager. "Now, architectural or engineering firms, regardless of size, can have high-quality, point-of-need copies, as well as cut-and-tape drafting capabilities." Priced at $5,995, the 2515 offers customers an affordable means to quickly produce and distribute first generation or revised engineering-size documents. It can restore deteriorating drawings and produce high-quality second generation originals.
 The 2515 makes full-size copies up to 36 inches wide by any manageable length. It copies from diazo blueline prints, sepias, original drawings, computer-aided-design (CAD) plots, cut-and-tape composites, other xerographic copies and rigid originals up to 1/8-inch thick.
 Copies can be made on and from ordinary bond paper, drafting-quality vellum and polyester drafting film. The permanent, dry-ink images will not fade, and the print background will not discolor over time.
 In addition to the traditional engineering and architectural markets, Xerox Engineering Systems is targeting a variety of mainstream businesses. These include building supplies centers that sell materials and tools; public and private schools; law firms, real estate offices and businesses selling copying services.
 "There is an increasing demand for wide-format prints in many businesses outside of our traditional engineering and related markets," Tabor said. "I expect that, in the future, the 2515 will be commonplace in quick print shops as well as engineering firms."
 National order-taking and delivery for the 2515 begins Feb. 14 through the Xerox Engineering Systems direct sales force and a nationwide network of authorized dealers.
 Available options include a Copy Volume Analyzer, which enables customers to automatically track copy volume by user or account. The cost of the analyzer is $600.
 Xerox Cutter 1 is a microcomputer-controlled, keypad-operated, standalone device designed to save time and money by producing accurate cut sheets from rolls of bond, vellum or film, as well as diazo media. The cost is $2,195.
 The Long Document Accessory aids in the copying of long documents by ensuring straight and square copies with minimal operator intervention. The cost is $40.
 The Xerox Flat Sorter-36 (XFS-36) is an automatic, large document sorting and stacking accessory for high-volume engineering copiers. The XFS-36 can sort paper sizes ranging from 17 by 22 inches (C size) up to 36 by 48 inches (E size). The sorter has 20 bins capable of holding a maximum of 50 prints each.
 Order-taking for the Xerox Flat Sorter-36 begins March 16, with deliveries scheduled for April. The unit will be available through the Xerox Engineering Systems direct sales force. The Xerox Flat Sorter-36 carries a single unit price of $27,500.
 Xerox Engineering Systems is the world's largest supplier of engineering copiers and fax machines, printers, plotters, software and other products for engineering document management.
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 /CONTACT: David A. Galante of Xerox Engineering Systems, 716-423-1158/
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