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RISO, Inc. Launches “Professional Inkjet” Printer

Press release from the issuing company

GD Series High-Speed Color Cut Sheet Inkjet Printers to Target New Market Segment
Burlington, MA – RISO, Inc. announces the U.S. release of the company’s latest advance in high-speed color printing, the ComColor™ GD Series of Professional Inkjet: a high-speed, full-color printer that delivers prints at speeds up to 160ppm. Premiering last September in Orlando, FL at GRAPH EXPO 2016, the ComColor GD Series is designed to meet the demands of high-volume variable data printing for Direct Mail and Transactional printing.
The new ComColor GD series is equipped with an embedded GDI controller, and supports two optional controllers. The PS-Kit is an embedded true Adobe Postscript RIP which support Windows, Mac, and Linux. It also provides support for printing from mobile devices and PDF printing from USB flash drives. The ComColor Express FS2000C is equipped with a Fiery digital front end developed by EFI. This image processor meets the demands of variable data printing operations that are vital for Direct Mail or Transaction printing, and delivers high-speed data processing to large-volume, complex document data. The ComColor GD Series handles a broad range of paper/card stock and envelopes, with weights ranging from 12-lb bond to 56-lb bond.
The ComColor GD also introduces gray as a fifth color, for better reproduction of pastels, skin tones and an exceptional grayscale print quality. Newly formulated black increases the density over previous models, providing a deep and rich black. New High Intensity magenta ink provides an expanded gamut with vibrant colors. ComColor inkjet printers utilize RISO, Inc.’s patented FORCEJET™ technology, found exclusively in the ComColor product line. This heatless imaging system has a short, straight paper path, enabling extremely high printing speeds in full color, and a cold, flat and dry output that is ideal for transition to finishing equipment.

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