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New production workhorse from Ricoh

Tuesday, 01 May 2018
By Print21

Ricoh’s new Pro C9200.

Ricoh has launched the new Pro C9200, a 135ppm heavy production digital sheet-fed toner press that builds on its ProTM C9100 technology platform with a number of productivity and quality enhancements.

The Ricoh Pro C9200 series will be available across Europe from June. An Australian launch date has yet to be announced.

‘No other digital colour sheet fed press matches the value performance’: Eef de Ridder, Ricoh Europe.

“There is no other digital colour sheet fed press that matches the value performance package of the Ricoh Pro C9200,” said Eef de Ridder, director, Commercial & Industrial Printing Group, Ricoh Europe. “All these advances have been developed to flexibly support higher quality, on demand production of a wider range of services, printing on a broad choice of substrate types that includes synthetics, carbonless paper, coated and uncoated stock and envelopes. They help PSPs maximise production uptime and expand capabilities to more efficiently, cost effectively and profitably answer broadening market demands.”

The Pro C9200 Series offers new Auto Colour Diagnosis technology that assures colour consistency and stability by detecting and adjusting subtle tone fluctuations while printing.

 Expanded media capability is delivered with enhanced long sheet capability of up to 1,030mm auto duplex 1,260mm simplex and increased media support up to 450gsm.

 Productivity is increased with models printing at up to 115ppm (A4) or 135ppm (A4) while streamlined production is enabled with inline options offering the versatility to produce a wide variety of applications. A new, intuitive 17inch operator panel increases usability.

A range of Digital Front End options are available with Fiery E-45 and E-85 from EFI and Ricoh’s high performance DFE TotalFlow Print Server R-62 which offers integration with various pre-press workflow solutions including Prinergy from Kodak and Apogee from Agfa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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