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Inprint Colour hails “vital” Ricoh Pro L5160e

North Yorkshire-based commercial printing business Inprint Colour has revealed how its new Ricoh Pro L5160e Latex printer has become a “vital” part of the business and allowed it to significantly strengthen its large-format print offering.

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Inprint Colour installed the new Ricoh in October 2021

Installed in October 2021, the machine is now running alongside a Ricoh Pro TF2650 that has been in place for over two years.

Founded 40 years ago, Inprint Colour splits its services 50/50 between more traditional commercial print work and large-format print, with the latter being the key focus area for the Ricoh machines.

Lee Coulson, who will soon take over from dad Paul as managing director of the family-run business, comments: “Having successfully run the Ricoh flatbed device for a number of years, when it came to replacing our existing large-format printer, we were keen to try a Ricoh roll-to-roll machine.

“The Ricoh Pro L5160e fit the bill perfectly and has become a vital tool in our setup.

“What stood out for us on the Ricoh Pro L5160e was its high speed, ink coverage and cost per square metre, as well as the fact the print it produces is extremely high quality. It can produce all the large-format applications we offer to customers.

“We offer signage and posters, reflecting the fact that we are solely a print business and know exactly what we are doing with print. The Ricoh Pro L5160e reinforces what we already offer and allows us to take on even more work.”

Coulson adds: “Since the machine was installed, work is definitely increasing on the large-format printing side of the business. It is such an important part of our offering and is working hard every day to produce work for customers.”

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