RISO Unveils World’s Fastest Duplicator
RISO introduced its RZ1090 duplicator with a printing speed of up to 180 pages per minute, at a 600-dpi resolution, which the company describes as the world’s fastest duplicating machine. The machine’s paper-based plates are rated to run up to 4,000 prints.
RISO states that the RZ1090 is able to work with up to 70 ink colours, while a new ink-saving mode can reduce ink usage by up to 20 percent. RISO claims production costs of the RZ1090 can reach as low as one-third of a cent per page. A new plug-and-print feature of the RZ1090 prints one or multiple saved jobs from USB flash drives, while the machine employs a built-in GDI controller.
Users can rotate pages 180 degrees to reverse the lead-edge for jobs with high-density coverage. The RZ1090 can be integrated with a new Thompson T-100D envelope feeder and T-200 exit conveyor, when working with envelopes ranging in size from 3 x 5 inches up to 6.5 x 13 inches, as well as paper up to 110-lb index.
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