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Ricoh to launch new mono sheetfed series

Aimed at print shops, commercial printers, corporate reprographics departments, offices and schools, the new Ricoh Pro 8300 series offers further flexibility in mono production.

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Ricoh launches new series of sheetfed printers

Compromising two high speed production models, the new series aims to replace the Ricoh Pro 8200 mono platform whilst also offering a smaller footprint 96ppm designed for offices, government environment and schools.

The fastest model, at 136ppm, delivers an increased monthly duty cycle of four million and features a new finisher capable of 30-sheet booklet production at 80gsm. The model also features a cover interposer with air assist to support coated media up to 350gsm, with dual shift trays with a 4,500-sheet stack capacity to aid productivity.

This new versatile family enhances our mono sheet fed press portfolio and responsively meets the fast turnaround short run production demands

Eef de Ridder, vice president of commercial Printing, commercial and industrial printing group at Ricoh Europe, comments: “This new versatile family enhances our mono sheet fed press portfolio and responsively meets the fast turnaround short run production demands shaping today’s print landscape.

“Designed with the core elements of simple operation, ease of set-up and reliable streamlined workflow, they are tailored to deliver high quality results that perfectly meet the needs of these key market sectors.”

The combination of new features on the models aims to expand application opportunities for books, brochures and manuals and are aimed at those printing with limited space. Both solutions utilise Ricoh’s VCSEL technology, printing at 2,400 x 4,800dpi. 

The Ricoh Pro 8300 series will be commercially available across Europe from March 2019.

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