Durable and high-volume: Ricoh Pro C9200
The successor model to the market-leading Pro C9100 Series is the new Pro C9200 Series, Graphic Arts Edition, primarily aimed at the commercial print market. Ricoh says notable changes from the Pro C9100 Series include improved image quality and consistency, new toner formulation, higher resolution imaging, combined with a raft of image quality enhancements.
The company says the new Pro C9200 has higher reliability with higher monthly print volumes, new swing-and-shift registration technology, auto registration with real time adjustments and new auto colour diagnosis. There is a broader media capability with heavier stock capability to 470 gsm (500 microns), auto duplex banner capability to 1,030mm, longer simplex banner sheet capability to 1,260mm, and enhanced NCR and envelope support.
It has improved productivity with higher print speed and an hourly operating ratio of near 100 per cent. There is greater ease of use with new large operating panel, enhanced media library and new Media Management Tool, auto calibration, auto registration adjustment, and new jam LED guidance. New and enhanced accessories include enhanced Vacuum Feed LCIT, enhanced High Capacity Stacker, new BDT banner sheet feeder, a High Capacity Interposer, and new Plockmatic Banner Sheet Stacker. New print controllers include TotalFlow Print Server R-62 (with a choice of three PDF RIP engines for integration into Heidelberg Prinect, Kodak Prinergy, Agfa Apogee or Screen Equios offset workflows) or the EFI Fiery E-45 or E-85 Print Controllers based on the latest Fiery FS300 Pro system and new generation Fiery NX.
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