19 August 2016
Two new Ricoh devices for Capital Colour
EDMONTON, AB—Capital Colour, a commercial printer located in Edmonton, Alberta has recently added two new Ricoh Pro C7100X devices to their fleet.

Left to right:  Ivan Schwind - operator, Andrew Bly - prepress manager

This production printer provides Capital Colour with a competitive edge as it goes beyond traditional CMYK applications. With the potential to print on a wide variety of textured and coated media, white and varnish-like clear toner options, and the support of oversize media, this technology expands Capital Colour’s portfolio and provides customers with premium service offerings.

The ProC7110X will be used for a variety of print jobs and batch sizes. A 90 page-per-minute production engine at 1,200 X 4,800 dpi resolution guarantees the high quality effects of a higher volume job regardless of batch size. Marketing collateral, corporate communications and more can be printed in shorter lead times without compromising quality or budget. With the ProC7110X, advanced capabilities simplify everyday print tasks.

Capital Colour’s prepress manager, Andrew Bly, explained that he was not only impressed with the capabilities of Ricoh’s devices, such as the fifth colour capability and sheet sizes, but also with the customer service provided by their Ricoh sales representative. From Bly’s perspective the comfort-level nurtured through this relationship greatly contributed to their decision to expand their fleet with Ricoh’s high-quality devices.
— Capital Colour/Ricoh
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