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Ricoh presents Pro V20000 series compact high-speed inkjet platform

Print services providers can profitably produce a wide range of applications, from transactional print such as bills, statements and policy documents to books, direct mail and pharmaceutical leaflets, using Ricoh’s new Pro V20000 series continuous feed inkjet platform.
The device will make its first public appearance at Ricoh’s The Art of The New event from November 21 to November 23 at Ricoh’s Experience Centre in Telford in the UK.
The compact, versatile, and easy use family of systems brings competitive mono and colour production to existing continuous feed and sheet fed printer users who want to consolidate output from multiple devices to a single machine. It can fit in almost any production environment since it has a footprint of just 4,3m2.
Users with different volume requirements can benefit from the three versions being announced: the 75 metres per minute, 600 x 600 dpi mono Ricoh Pro V20000, the 150mpm, 600 x 600 dpi mono Ricoh Pro V20100 and the 75mpm, 600 x 600 dpi CMYK Ricoh Pro VC20000.
“This platform will work with a variety of papers, including lightweight materials for the pharmaceutical industry,” says Vaughan Patterson, product marketing operations manager for Commercial and Industrial Print at Ricoh SA. “They are also optimised to work seamlessly with inline finishing equipment where it’s important to be able to change speeds to match the capabilities of each device to get the most benefit for production and minimise paper waste.”
This systems complements Ricoh’s existing Pro VC40000 and Pro VC60000 continuous feed inkjet printers. The three systems now offer an upgrade path for existing toner-based operations and the improved operational efficiency, faster running speeds, and lower operating costs often make it possible to replace several aging toner machines with a single inkjet device.
The device helps customers enter new markets. It enables intelligent and efficient book production in combination with Ricoh’s TotalFlow BatchBuilder software. It provides a complete, secure pharmaceutical solution when combined with FusionPro and Ricoh Process Director.
Ricoh’s knowledgeable and responsive service and support team will help ensure clients develop the potential of their revenue streams to get the best returns on their investment (ROI).
All three models will be available in 2018.

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