Ricoh has introduced the Pro C720 to the Canadian market, a machine aimed at the light production arena. The machine prints at up to 72 pages per minute at sizes up to 13- by 19-inches. Ricoh says the speed of the C720 is independent of stock processed or whether or not it is colour or black and white.
Ricoh claims that the machine is built with critical components which a trained customer can replace themselves, reducing the downtime of waiting for a technician. The duty cycle of the C720 is 320,000 images a month.
The C720 uses a EFI Fiery print controller to process large files and control colour. Various finishing options are available, including a third-party puncher by GBC and a production-level booklet maker manufactured by Plockmatic.
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