Ricoh demonstrates application versatility at FESPA

by FESPA | 10/05/2018
Ricoh demonstrates application versatility at FESPA

Ricoh to showcase custom wall boards, banners and cut outs to T-shirts, hats and bags at FESPA 2018. Printer Service Providers will experience the latest innovations featured in Ricoh’s creative portfolio.

Ricoh to showcase custom wall boards, banners and cut outs to T-shirts, hats and bags. Printer Service Providers will experience the latest innovations featured in Ricoh’s creative portfolio.
 
A key feature at Ricoh’s stand will be the Bianchi Corner which will be a simulation of a Bianchi shop where high-quality bicycles from the well-known Italian performance bicycle company will be displayed with dedicated in-store branding materials. Everything will be produced using Ricoh technology including:

  • Rigid totems, cut out bike shapes and 2m x 1m and 3m x 2m wall boards, all on 5mm Forex, and bike details on 500mm x 350mm 4mm thick clear Plexiglass, created on a Ricoh Pro™ T7210 UV flatbed printer.
  • Roll up and PVC banners, textile flags and vinyl stickers produced on a Ricoh Pro™ L4160 latex wide format printer.
  • Hats, T-shirts and bags on Ricoh Ri 100 and Ricoh Ri 6000 direct to garment printers.

The rest of Ricoh’s stand will be transformed into a brightly coloured jungle theme that will exhibit creative results that Ricoh can deliver. There will be numerous different display units all printed on a Pro T7210 using 10mm Falcon Board. The system’s industrial application versatility will be emphasised by Ricoh’s graphic wall displays, printed on melamine-covered chipboard.
 
Wood, printed glass, tile and aluminium will be showcased with carton board packaging samples. This will be further enhanced with Forex guitars from the Pro T7210 and PVC banners produced by the Ricoh Pro L4160 as well as jungle themed T-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, and hats created by Ricoh’s direct to garment production systems including the Ri 100, Ri 3000 and Ri 6000.
 
The Head of Commercial Inkjet Business, Commercial and Industrial Printing Group of Ricoh Europe, Graham Kennedy says “in the vibrant print jungle we want to assist Printer Service Providers to create a clear path to profitability. That’s why our constantly evolving and growing portfolio of innovative solutions and systems guarantee high quality applications that support any operation’s search for new revenue streams.”
  
You can visit Ricoh at the Global Print Expo 201 at Hall 3.1 Stand A50. To find out more about the Global Print Expo, see the full exhibitor list and to see information about how you can register to attend, visit the event’s official website:  www.fespaglobalprintexpo.com

For free entry use code FESJ801 when registering.

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