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RISO to Launch New Digital Duplicator Series for North American Market

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

SF Series Features High Speed, Technical Improvements
 
Burlington, MA – RISO, Inc., the worldwide industry leader in digital duplication technology, announces the scheduled U.S. release on September 1, 2016 of the company's latest line of digital duplicators, the RISO SF Series. The SF duplicator series offers superior print quality while simultaneously delivering the same speed, reliability and durability that RISO is known for.
 
First showcased at the RISO Dealer Meeting 2016 in May earlier this year, the SF Series is packed with improvements that make it faster, sharper, and easier to operate. Among the improvements are a redesigned, customer friendly, color LCD panel, and an increased speed from 130 to 150 pages per minute. The SF Series now features a true DPI of 600X600, an improvement over the previous model which delivered a 300X600 DPI, its master-making time has been improved, and it is now ten percent faster than previous models.
 
Another significant change for the SF Series is a new formulation for its ink. RISO has chosen to produce its SF inks out of a more ecologically responsible and under-utilized material: rice bran. While the ingredient itself is environmentally friendly, rice bran ink has proven to have even better archiving capabilities, by eliminating the yellow paper discoloration that can appear over time. The new ink formula and the SF's environmentally friendly features, such as its extremely low energy consumption, provide an effective way to reduce your operation's carbon footprint.

 

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