Ricoh has unveiled the new Pro T7210 wide-format flatbed system, with a high level of media flexibility, aimed at the decorative-printing market. The T7210 supports substrates up to 4.3 inches thick with a print size of 6.9 feet by 10.5 feet. Ricoh explains this large print area allows users to print on one four-foot-by-eight-foot board or a variety of pre-cut pieces. For example, three three-foot-by-six-foot boards can be printed on together at the same time.
The T7210 prints at speeds of 50 m2/hour, or 538.2 ft2/hour, during standard operation. Ricoh also points to the new system’s media gap adjustment sensor that automatically measures substrate thickness and adjusts print heads accordingly. The system also leverages Ricoh’s high-viscosity UV ink and its patented piezoelectric print heads.
“The business model for decor printing is evolving with increased demand for shorter runs and faster delivery times for custom and small-batch wall coverings, flooring, furniture and tile,” said John Fulena, Vice President, Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group, Ricoh USA. “The T7210 gives printers the ability to do all of that, and it makes doing it easy, and effective.”
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