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MCA NetPub, Inc. announces the installation of a new Ricoh IP5000 Inkjet four-color press

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Poughkeepsie, NY - MCA NetPub, Inc. is proud to announce the installation of the new Ricoh IP5000 four-color press which will greatly increase the print production capabilities for books and manuals, and keep pace with customer demand. We will continue to offer cost-effective print solutions and versatility, including interior four-color printing using the most advanced features of digital inkjet technology.

The IP5000 runs at 1828 pages per minute, printing full color, and meeting varying general production requirements with exceptional flexibility. Using a unique imaging technology that jets dynamically variable drop sizes for each pixel on the page, MCA NetPub will be able to produce superb print quality and greater potential for color matching.

Ricoh is a world leader in digital sheet-fed and web devices, servicing a large market segment. The InfoPrint 5000 series helped Ricoh achieve this goal.

MCA/NetPub is an award-winning digital book and manual manufacturing facility offering complete production services along with warehousing and fulfillment to customers. Specializing in short runs, warehousing, distribution, and software solutions; in business for over 30 years, independently owned and operated in the beautiful Hudson Valley. Consistently ranked in the top twenty digital book printers in the U.S., we meet our clients' needs with our dedicated customer service staff; managing projects from inception through completion--on time and within budget.



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