Ricoh has expanded its range of printers with 2 more set to be released in the coming months.
The new Pro TF6250 UV flatbed is aimed and to be sold at entry- and mid-level operations and will use its new sign and graphics inks. Furthermore, this machine will sit alongside the existing Pro T7210 in Ricoh’s portfolio.
A spokesperson told PrintWeek: “The Pro TF6250 will be more focused on the sign and graphics sector or to new customers who would like to introduce for the first time a flatbed device into their organisation,” said Ricoh national sales director Simon Isaacs.
He added: “It’s ideal for mainly graphic arts applications or materials and packaging applications, thanks to our new graphic arts inks, flexible and with big colour gamut.
The second new machine is the Ri 1000 direct-to-garment (DTG) printer. According to the company, it has been made to “address a wide range of user requirements” and it will replace the existing Ri 3000 in Ricoh’s portfolio.
This machine has a raft of new features include higher print resolution, extended printable area and snap-on print tables, including a new shoe platen.
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