Fine Digital Prints gets a Ricoh PRO C7200X

Hyderabad printer goes beyond CMYK with Monotech's help

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Fine Digital Prints gets a Ricoh PRO C7200X
JC Krishna Reddy Panyala, managing partner of Fine Digital Prints with other new press.

Monotech Systems, a leading machine manufacturer for the printing and packaging industry, has installed a new Ricoh Pro C7200X digital production press at Fine Digital Prints, a commercial printing corner in Hyderabad, Telangana. 

JC Krishna Reddy Panyala, managing partner of Fine Digital Prints, said the adoption of the new Ricoh digital press has empowered them to progress into innovative graphics with a new color gamut beyond CMYK.

Since its inception in 2008, Fine Digital Prints has been a well-known commercial printing corner engaging in the production of high-end commercial graphic prints as well as graphic designing jobs, the company said.

“We work for customers from varied market segments, diverse walks of life, and different cities and towns of India,” said Reddy, adding, “Though we are based in Hyderabad, almost 90% of our customers are from neighboring and far-flung cities and towns.”

Fine Digital Prints keeps on upgrading its production setup by installing new and modern machines with the Ricoh Pro C7200X being the latest addition to the portfolio. Reddy says the new Ricoh digital press is a ‘workhorse’ on which they are galloping to discover an innovative range of new applications and colors beyond CMYK. 

“We have been working for big corporate brands, which I don’t want to name right now, from every nook and corner of the country. Our customers are quality-conscious people who come to us for out-of-the-box graphic ideas and applications. To meet their demands and expectations, we need to get equipped with high-end machines such as the Ricoh Pro C7200X, which has advanced features,” he says. 

Apart from the Ricoh Pro C7200X, the production facility has other digital presses such as the Xerox Versant 180 and Xerox B9100, backed by a strong team of 12 printing and graphic designing professionals. “Our new Ricoh Pro C7200X has the versatility to explore a new color gamut comprising ‘white ink’ and the use of a range of unconventional printing media like Tyvek and others,” Reddy says.      

The Ricoh can take up media up to 360 gsm and run at speeds up to 85 ppm (pages per minute) in a banner sheet duplex printing mode. “We are planning to change the game of commercial printing to another level using the fifth color station of our new Pro C7200X. We have set a target of six months down the line to utilize its prowess,” Reddy says. 

Reddy says Fine Digital Prints has established a firm foothold in the commercial printing arena with a vast customer base. “We are proud to be able to maintain a vast pan-India customer base, which continues to expand day by day,” he says.  

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