Ricoh announces Pro C5200 presses

Ricoh has updated its entry level light production range of printers with the announcement of a new Pro C5200 series, effectively replacing the Pro C5100 series that was launched back in May 2013.

Ricoh has announced the Pro C5200 series digital colour presses.

These are dry toner cut sheet colour machines aimed at commercial printers as well as print for pay operations and corporate repro departments. There are two models – the C5200s and C5210s – which run at print speeds of 65 and 80 pages per minute, with a maximum resolution of 1200 x 4800dpi, similar to the C5100 series. They take media up to 360gsm and can print long sheets up to 1260mm. Both printers can be loaded with up to 8250 sheets.

Benoit Chatelard, vice president of Production Printing for Ricoh Europe, commented: “Extensive media choice and a range of finishing options previously available only with Ricoh’s higher specified presses enable them to offer fast turnaround short run creative services including envelopes and longer sheets for trifold and quadfold options.” 

EFI has developed a Fiery front end for these presses. There’s also an optional Booklet Finisher with saddle stitching and folding capabilities, as well as an optional Cover Interposer. 

Both these presses are supposedly available now, though not yet listed on the Ricoh UK website.


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