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InfoPrint Solutions continues expansion of light production color line

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago – InfoPrint Solutions Company, a Ricoh company, today announced the launch of its InfoPrint Pro C901/C901s Graphic Arts Edition color printers, the latest enhancement to its light production color printer portfolio.  These new solutions address the needs of printers looking to enhance their color environment without a major financial investment.  With the InfoPrint Pro C901 Graphic Arts Edition or the InfoPrint Pro C901s with scanning features, customers will experience Ricoh's new enhanced toner and single flow technology.  Together with Ricoh's oil-less enhanced fuser technology and an advanced toner system these solutions offer high quality color capabilities at an affordable price point.

The InfoPrint Pro C901/C901s Graphic Arts Edition are ideal for service bureaus, commercial printers, in-plant printers and more seeking affordable production-class and graphic arts quality output.  These models print at speeds up to 90 ipm (impressions per minute). With a large variety of in-line features it can produce a wide variety of output, including Print on Demand (POD) manuals and books, and also enables marketing initiatives such as direct mail, as well as Precision Marketing tools including TransPromo. With these features and capabilities, printers can deliver quality and reduce outsourcing

The InfoPrint Pro C901/C901s Graphic Arts Edition join the expansive color light production portfolio which currently consists of the InfoPrint Pro C900/900s, and the InfoPrint Pro C900AFP. These latest models provide customers with the ability to:
- Utilize full graphic arts capabilities with affordable composition, imposition and color management software
- Rely on the high-duty cycle of up to 580,000 impressions and built-for-production design, which allows customers to meet both current and future demands
- Expand their product portfolio with enhanced media support and full duplex up to 300gsm
- Simplify integration and minimize infrastructure changes with support for multiple data streams
- Deliver reliable, consistent color during long runs and from one engine to another
- Configure input and output capacities for long, unattended runs with special elements such as tabs and covers
- Utilize sheet sizes up to 13" x 19.2" and media weights and types up to 300 gsm at full rated speeds
- Produce top-notch quality with 1200x1200 two bit dots per inch (dpi) resolution and Ricoh single flow technology for high quality over long runs
- Promote sustainability because with this model, customers can reduce waste associated with setups on short-run offset jobs and inventories of preprinted forms
- Shorten turnaround times and reduce outsourcing with inline finishing options, including high-capacity stackers, z-folder, GBC StreamPunch, stapler/punch/finisher, ring binder, booklet maker options with trim and perfect binder
- Use EFI Fiery controller options with powerful production software and choose enhanced controller selection based on performance needs

"Color - affordable color - is a demand we've been hearing from our customers as they look to expand into a production-strength environment.  With the addition of the InfoPrint Pro C901 Graphic Arts Edition to our award-winning color cutsheet portfolio, we've addressed these needs head on," said Bob Fogoros, Vice President of Cutsheet Solutions, InfoPrint Solutions Company "We've combined our proven professional services team with best of breed software solutions and high quality, affordable hardware to enable flexible and dynamic output.  Our focus is to help our customers expand their offerings and enhance their business advantage."




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