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RISO launches the AR9100

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Danvers, MA – RISO, Inc., a leader in digital printing technology, today introduced the AR9100 high-speed envelope feeder.  Designed for use with RISO's ComColor and HC5500 inkjet printers, the AR9100 offers high-volume color printing and variable addressing of envelopes and card stock.  This is RISO's second envelope feeder introduction this month.  On September 8th, the company launched its KR324-R, a heavy-duty envelope feeder for higher volumes.

"As demand for our ComColor series grows, we are offering our customers more accessories that extend the capabilities of inkjet," said David Murphy, Vice President of Marketing for RISO, Inc. "The AR9100 envelope feeder is ideal for printing and addressing envelopes with personalized color messages."
By connecting the AR9100 envelope feeder to RISO's ComColor and HC5500 inkjet printers, users can continuously feed envelopes, invitations, and postcards without interruption.  The AR9100 handles hard to-feed stocks and requires only minimal setup time.  The AR9100 accommodates envelope sizes ranging from 4" x 6" to 10" x 13", and card stocks ranging from 8.5" x 5.5" and smaller, up to 110 lb. index.  Plus, RISO's high-speed inkjet printers utilize a heatless printing process that allows the system to accommodate window envelopes, and alleviates the stress of flaps adhering during printing or problems with pressure sensitive envelope stocks.  The suggested retail price of the AR9100 is $6,295.

The AR9100 works exclusively with RISO's six high-speed inkjet printer models, which are ideal for color applications such as transactional and transpromo documents, direct mail, booklets, value-oriented marketing collateral, and more.

 

 

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