WEST CALDWELL, NJ, January 22, 2002 - Ricoh has introduced the Ricoh Priport JP3000 digital duplicating system. With a design for high-speed duplication and ledger-size printing, the Priport JP3000 is perfect for the mid-market user. The Priport JP3000 also has the largest maximum print area of any other 300 dots-per-inch (dpi), product available, making it an economical choice for the education, religion and not-for-profit sectors.
This productive, easy-to-operate printing/scanning solution provides customers with rich features including, 11 x 17 capabilities, higher image quality, connectivity and enhanced handling capabilities for increased productivity and flexibility. Reliability is a key feature of Ricoh's latest Priport digital duplicating system. Based on Ricoh's award winning straight paper path platform, its innovative automatic paper-feed control system supports continuous trouble-free paper processing by precisely matching the paper-feed pressure with paper-separation pressure.
In addition, Ricoh's improved air-suction unit provides a super-smooth paper path. The Retry Feeding feature, newly developed for Ricoh Digital Duplicators, ensures continuous paper-flow and non-stop printing.
The user-friendly LED display panel guides users to any required function, swiftly and conveniently. Manual duplex (two-sided) printing is effortless, due to the newly designed paper delivery tray. And, with a simple print production architecture, changing the color drums or setting the one-touch master are easy to accomplish.
To meet users' increased demands for professional output, the Ricoh Priport JP3000 features a variety of versatile functions including, Skip Mode, allowing the feed of a wide range of non-standard paper materials. Books can also be conveniently copied from the platen glass. Other creative functions, e.g. Overlay or Tint Mode, implement further image-enhancing applications.
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