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RISO Launches New ComColor Express RS1100C RIP

Friday, January 11, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Burlington, Mass. – RISO, Inc. announces the launch of its new raster image processor, the ComColor Express RS1100C. This is the company’s latest advance in RIP software, designed specifically for the ComColor FW series printers to support functions essential for transactional printing.

Designed to expand the production capabilities of the ComColor FW series inkjet printers, the ComColor Express RS1100C is a powerful RIP software that can support the advanced postscript functionality needed for transactional printing. Functions such as dynamic tray calls, subset finishing, mixed paper types, slip sheet sorting, form overlay and color profile registration can streamline workflows and increase overall productivity.

“Previously, an optional PS-Kit software was the only productivity-boosting software available for the FW Series,” said Andre D’Urbano, Director of Dealer Sales at RISO, Inc. “Now with the ComColor Express RS1100C, users have the option to enhance the ComColor FW Series to serve as a more capable production device.”

The ComColor FW Series printer was initially launched in June of 2016 and positioned to serve the requirements of the “Business Inkjet” market segment. Demand for the device has expanded into several other market verticals, including that of transactional printing. The FW Series – the FW5230, FW5231, and FW5000 – are compact, energy-efficient inkjet printers that produce full color, variable data prints at speeds of up to 120 impressions per minute.

More information on the ComColor Express RS1100C can be found at https://bit.ly/2Ai537O

 

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