(PRWEB UK) 2 September 2013


The light production models are a versatile choice for print rooms(CRDs) seeking high quality in-house print  capability or digital and quick printers. Reaching output speeds up to  80ppm (Ricoh Pro C5110S) and 65ppm (Ricoh Pro C5100S) they are ideal for the  production of on demand prestigious marketing material, collateral or client  mailings.  Both models also feature a new toner formulation and broad media  handling. In addition, the small footprint makes them ideal where space is  limited.


“The new additions join the Ricoh Pro™ C901 Graphic Arts +, Pro™ C751 and Pro™ C651 digital colour production systems, providing a new  choice for those seeking a flexible, reliable and affordable solution to  generate professional output every time,”  says Graham Moore, Ricoh’s Director,  Business Development, Production Printing Group, EMEA.


With Ricoh’s newly developed toner formulation, it has increased its colour  gamut by 10 per cent for the Pro C5110S and Pro C5100S. The toner has also been  developed to fuse at a lower temperature, meeting Ricoh’s R&D focus to  continually reduce the environmental impacts of its products wherever possible.  This in turn also ensures a quicker warm up time for increased productivity. 


The Pro C5110S and Pro C5100S are also the first Ricoh digital production  printers to feature enhanced toner transfer technology which delivers high  quality print results on heavily textured stock – ideal for direct mail and  marketing applications. Media flexibility is a hallmark of the two new models,  with a new fuser assembly which uses information from the media library to  optimise the fuser temperature and pressure combination for each substrate. This  technology is ideal for printing challenging applications such as envelopes,  where the balance of pressure and heat is critical to maintain a flat and  perfectly printed product.


“The ability to print directly onto envelopes with a light production digital  colour press in the price range of these systems is a significant customer  advantage,” says Moore.


Media flexibility is highlighted further by the ability to print banners up  to 1260mm through the advanced settings, adding to the wide range of  applications options.


The Pro 5110S and Pro C5100S will seamlessly integrate with the Ricoh TotalFlow software portfolio.  They also incorporate a  number of leading technologies developed for the flagship Pro C901 Graphic Arts  +.  Among them is the new FS100 platform from EFI Fiery, which is used for

the new E42B server.  It delivers professional colour management and a fast  ripping speed for improved productivity as well as an enhanced Media Library for  the storage and recall of a wide range of substrates.


Client flexibility is enhanced with a wide range of compatible finishing  options such as folding, booklet making and punching. This includes the Ricoh  SR4100 Booklet Finisher with a new square fold capability.


Ricoh has also ensured the new systems are optimised for productivity and  improved uptime. LED indicators and synchronised animated instructions act as a  helpful guide for operators should they need to intervene during a print run. In  addition there is a variety of status lights to keep the operator continually  informed. These new systems also have a number of Operator Replaceable Units,  enabling clients to make necessary replacements quickly in-house. On-the-fly  toner replenishment will also help to maintain productivity.


“The ability to process more, smaller, diverse job types, quickly and with  maximum uptime, is essential to meet client needs in today’s dynamic printing  environment,” says Moore. “That was a key design goal for the Ricoh Pro C5110S  and Ricoh Pro C5100S digital colour production systems. They will help  operations to cost effectively deliver a wider range of print services to meet  the challenges faced daily by print organisations.”

For further information, please contact Anna Powell, Proof Digital on behalf  of Ricoh UK Ltd [e] anna(at)itsproof(dot)co(dot)uk.


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