Duplo Ultra 200A UV Coater

UV Coater for short to mid-volume runs

Simple to use and compact in size, the Ultra 200A applies a high quality gloss, matte, or satin finish to a wide range of offset and digitally-printed applications, enhancing the richness of its colors while protecting them from scratches and scuffs. The Ultra 200A UV coating machine offers unique capabilities for coating both sides of the sheet with no additional adjustments required. Print providers can offer double the value by coating both sides of direct mailers, brochures, business cards, book covers, and more!

Key Features

  • Adds a high quality gloss, matte, or satin finish
  • Handles both offset and digital print applications
  • Coats both sides of the sheet with a smear-free finish
  • Accommodates 20" x 28" sheet sizes
  • Standard SF-200 Suction Feeder handles high volume jobs
  • IR heater and automatic cleaning system
Printed products can be easily scratched with post-press handling. Convincing clients that the quality of digitally printed output is similar to offset print quality can also be a challenge.

Key Challenges

  • Lamination is costly, slow, and temperamental in controlling heat with different laminate thicknesses
  • Inability to expand print services to specialty markets such as photo books due to the limitations of post-press handling
  • Printed output easily scratched by post-press handling
The Ultra 200A can add a gloss, matte, or satin coat to Xerox-printed pieces, up to 20" x 28" sized-sheets and stocks between 120-350 gsm. Xerox press users can offer double the value by coating both sides of a sheet with a smear-free finish.

Why Choose Xerox?

  • The Ultra 200A supports all Xerox cut sheet presses

Xerox Top 2014 Business Partners of the Year

Xerox named Duplo Corporation as its 2014 Hardware Partner of the Year at its annual Business Innovation Partner of the Year awards, recognizing the efforts of leading partners that help Xerox and its customers capture new opportunities and achieve business success.
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March 2015