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New Ricoh technology to debut at FESPA

Ricoh has outlined the technologies it will showcase at FESPA Global Print Expo in Amsterdam

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Ricoh’s Pro TF6251 UV flatbed printer with roll-to-roll will be shown in Europe for the first time at FESPA

Ricoh has highlighted the range of technologies it will demonstrate at FESPA Global Print Expo 2024.

The manufacturer will host the global launch of an industrial direct-to-film solution using Ricoh Pro DTF ink and a new powder shaker technology. The company will also demonstrate the first “compact-footprinted” hybrid printer to be based on Flora digital technology.

In addition to this, a number of technologies will receive their first European showings including the Ri 4000 Direct to Garment (DTG) printer which features enhancer (pre-treatment) liquid and ink. 

Also on show will be the Ri 1000X DTG printer which features two new printing modes for better results and faster speed. A newly added media type setting for image adjustment parameters enables switching between white and dark garment settings.

Ricoh will also be doing live demonstrations of its roll-to-roll RICOH Pro L5160e Latex extended gamut system and the RICOH Pro TF6251 UV flatbed printer plus roll-to-roll. Both printers have fast-drying Greenguard-certified inks.

Visitors to the Ricoh stand will also be able to experience workflow demonstrations from ColorGATE (a Ricoh company) and understand how Ricoh’s Valvejet technology can align with industrial painting and coating markets where there is a need for higher viscosity fluids, higher throw distances, and larger drop sizes.

“The variety of sectors and applications that can benefit from the highly quality, durable, and consistent quality, powered by Ricoh’s printhead, ink, and hardware technology, will be showcased at FESPA,” says Graham Kennedy, director of Industrial Printing, Graphic Communications Group at Ricoh Europe.

“We are looking forward to enabling visitors to explore the latest developments and helping them discover how they can successfully evolve their operations with comprehensive support and expertise,” Kennedy adds.

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