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Riso to feature its next-gen inkjet printing at Graph Expo

Sep 27, 2010 12:00 AM


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At Graph Expo 2010, Riso Inc. will feature its next generation of inkjet printing with three Riso ComColor models: the 9050, 7050 and 3050.

“At speeds up to 150 ppm and full-color running costs as low as two cents per page, this range of high-speed, full-color inkjet printers is so fast, affordable and dependable, customers have found great cost savings in direct mail, transactional documents, and many other commercial applications,” says Todd Deluca, president and chief operating officer of RISO, Inc.

The three ComColor models showcased at Graph Expo will be shown printing a transpromotional MICR application with embedded digital security pantographs, variable-data envelopes, newsletters, booklets and more. The combination of ComColor inkjet printing systems, production level accessories from Kirk-Rudy, and transpromotional applications from GMC Software Technology is intended to help commercial and transactional print service providers open areas of revenue growth and profitability.

Customers stopping by Booth 3111 will be registered to win an Apple iPad, with one iPad awarded following each show day.

The ComColor 9050 full-color, sheetfed inkjet printer has a duty cycle of 500,000 prints per month.