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Ferrostaal Now Marketing RYOBI 760E in North America

Thursday, August 02, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Ferrostaal today announced that it is exclusively marketing the new RYOBI 760E series printing press across North America.  The 6-up press, available in up to six colors with perfector, offers commercial and in-plant printers an affordable, environmentally friendly and space-saving way to grow their business.

“A growing number of printers in the U.S. and Canada tell us they need an economy-priced press like this—one that delivers unmatched quality, ease of operation and low maintenance at a low total cost-per-impression,” said Ferrostaal Equipment Solutions North America CEO John Torrey.

“Coupled with Ferrostaal’s rapid-ready, expert local service, the new Ryobi press is an ideal way for small and mid-size printers to equip for the future,” Torrey explained.  “Importantly, when operating at maximum power, this press consumes 20% less power than competing presses, significantly cutting electricity costs and reducing environmental impact.”

The new RYOBI 760E series press is based on Ryobi’s most successful modern press, the feature-rich RYOBI 750 series that is available in up to 10 colors with perfector, LED-UV drying, UV cast and cure system, and other productivity and business-building options.  The RYOBI 750 series press is installed at printing companies and in-plant facilities worldwide.

Like the 750, the new 760E series has a double-diameter impression and transfer cylinders, superior inking and dampening mechanisms, and many other automation features that minimize make-ready time and cost.

The new 760E series press runs at a maximum of 13,000 sheets per hour.  It also features a large delivery pile capacity and a 26% smaller footprint than comparable 6-up presses.  Maximum paper size for the press is 30.12” x 23.62”—10% more than competing presses.  Natural and synthetic substrates from onion skin to lightweight packaging grades can be used.


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