Ricoh goes beyond CMYK with new production printer
By Digital News Asia August 17, 2015
- 5th colour station goes beyond fundamental limitations of 4-colour spectrum
- Also announces new generation of durable high-volume digital presses
RICOH (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has announced its new production printer, the Ricoh Pro C7100x series, which comes with a fifth colour station that the company declared is the future of printing services.
The interchangeable fifth colour station – clear gloss or white toner – would go beyond the fundamental limitations of the four-colour spectrum of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (CMYK), the company said in a statement.
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The Ricoh Pro C7100x series prints at speeds of up to 90 colour pages per minute (ppm), and has an optimal image quality of up to 1200 x 4800 dpi (dots per inch) with Ricoh’s enhanced Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) technology.
It delivers a premium finish, supports an extensive range of media such as synthetics, textures and more, as well as enables various applications, the company claimed.
“By adding Ricoh Pro C7100x series digital presses to the business workflow, clients can boost their returns on investment, expand their digital print services, and assure customers of exceptional image quality with fast turnaround times,” said Ricoh Malaysia managing director Peter Wee.
Ricoh Malaysia also its new generation of durable high-volume digital presses, the Ricoh Pro C9100 and Ricoh Pro C9110.
The Ricoh Pro C7100x series is available from RM400,000 onwards, while the Ricoh Pro C9100 series is priced from RM700,000 and up. [RM1 = US$0.25]
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