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The new Ricoh Pro C7200X range   15 March 2018   


Optimized costs, enhanced color rendering and a wider variety of formats, enhanced adaptability: the new Ricoh Pro C7200X range is primarily intended for graphical arts professionals seeking to combine print quality and productivity.
 
With five colors instead of four (CMYK plus white), the C7200X range allows, besides the production of higher-quality creative works, to varnish, to print in fluorescent yellow, or pink or to provide a means of securing documents thanks to an invisible, UV reactive toner.
 
The ProTM C7200 process presses offer particularly high resolution, up to 2400 x 4800 dpi. Banner formats can be up to 700 mm long double-sided and 1260 mm in simplex - and there are many binding options: the machines can deliver a very wide range of jobs.
 
The machines in the range are suitable for most workflows and are compatible with many controllers and print servers. "These new systems meet the needs of the market, which has to deal with ever more complex jobs, ever shorter lead times and variable run lengths," explains Eef De Ridder, Commercial & Industrial Printing Group Director, Ricoh Europe.

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