Ricoh Europe offers Touch7 color guides

Touch7 color guides provide printers with 1520 neon and pastel colors

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Ricoh Touch7 neon pink color guide
Ricoh Touch7 neon pink color guide

In Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, Ricoh Europe offers its Ricoh Pro C7200X press customers Touch7 color guides illustrating the neon yellow and pink toners available for use in the press. The five-color Touch7 guides show exactly how the C7200X press produces the 1520 colors available and are offered to Ricoh owners to enable them to illustrate the design possibilities with their presses.

Ricoh Touch7 color guide is simple and logical for designers

Richard Ainge, Touch7 inventor and company founder, discussing the Ricoh relationship, said, “These beautiful color guides, the first available anywhere, demonstrate how neon toners can be used to produce bright, vibrant, and punchy results. Neon toners, which extend the gamut of the Ricoh press, range from subtle pastels to deeply saturated reds, violets, and blues. The Touch7 color guide, together with the fifth color station available on the Ricoh press, is simple and logical for designers to specify. It yields remarkable and reproducible results.”

Ainge continued, “Touch7 color guides provide printers, agencies, graphic designers, and brands with 1520 neon and pastel colors, all produced on the Ricoh platform. Before Touch7, creatives were forced to use trial-and-error methods to match the Pantone Neon and Pastel Guide, a system designed only for use on litho presses and containing only 200 colors.”

 

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