Ricoh installs Color Pro C5100S, Pro 8100S

Producing quality color, B&W prints cost-effectively

The Ricoh Digital Printing Laboratory was inaugurated on 21 December 2015 by chief guest NV Muralitharan, managing director of Orient Color Art Printers, Sivakasi

Ricoh’s Printing Technology department, functioning since 1996 with government aid under the World Bank scheme has installed Ricoh Digital Printing Machine Color Pro C5100S and B/W Pro 8100S for Rs. 40 lakh under a Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two parties. This latest technology provides the student community with a golden opportunity of keeping pace with the latest technological advancements. We have extended these benefits to the nearby printing fraternity, educational institutions and schools also. Color and black and white prints can be obtained with high quality print resolution (1,200 x 4,800 dpi).

The Ricoh Digital Printing Laboratory was inaugurated on 21 December 2015 by chief guest NV Muralitharan, managing director, Orient Color Art Printers, Sivakasi. With this facility the college has the ability to print world-class high quality color and B&W prints at cheaper rates than outsiders.

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