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Ricoh unveils new DTG printer at CES expo
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Jan '18
Courtesy: Anajet
Courtesy: Anajet
Ricoh, a provider of document management solutions, IT services, commercial and industrial printing, digital cameras, and industrial systems, is showing the compact, affordable Direct to Garment (DTG) printer, RICOH Ri 100, at CES expo, a show for the business of consumer technologies, which is being held from January 9 to 12, 2018, in US, in booth 42964.

The printer empowers users to quickly and easily produce high quality applications on a variety of fabrics. The RICOH Ri 100 fits easily on desks and counters, combining with its ease-of-use to make it a perfect fit for environments not traditionally dedicated to print, such as souvenir shops and small businesses. As many organisations and individuals seek ways to expand their portfolios or enhance brand loyalty, the RICOH Ri 100 is a cost-effective way to achieve these goals.

Businesses, municipalities and other organisations have long recognised the impact of branded t-shirts, canvas bags, pillows and other fabrics, but questions around cost, customisation and control have prevented many from taking advantage. The RICOH Ri 100 eliminates those concerns by putting the power of DTG printing directly in the hands of these organisations while allowing for cost-effective one-off and short run prints to help supply meet demand. Users can choose between ready-out-of-the-box Ricoh design software to create and print designs or an RPCS driver, which allows users to create designs with their preferred software of their choice before printing.

Additionally, the RICOH Ri 100 is bundled with an intuitive heating system that removes wrinkles from fabric, creating a smooth surface for printing, and then cures the ink after, helping to fix the design in place for long lasting, colourfast prints. The heating unit was designed with simplicity and safety in mind, helping those new to DTG printing easily produce a finished product.

The RICOH Ri 100 joins the RICOH Ri 3000/Ri 6000 printers in building upon Ricoh and AnaJet’s (a Ricoh company) history of fast, high-quality garment printing. It prints up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi in vivid mode, leveraging Ricoh’s industry standard-setting printheads and modular drop-size technology.

John Fulena, vice president, commercial and industrial printing business group, Ricoh USA, Inc. said, “The RICOH Ri 100 fits perfectly into that mission: it's affordable; it’s easy to use; it works fast to produce quality, unique applications.” (GK)

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