Fujifilm India launches Revoria Press EC1100

Unveils upgrades of Revoria PC1120 at Chennai Print Expo

(L to R) Ajay Aggarwal, MD & CEO, Insight Print Communications; Koji Wada, Managing Director, FUJIFILM India;. Priyatosh Kumar, Head-Graphic Communications Business, FUJIFILM India; Tsuyoshi Yoshioka, FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corporation and Ashish Save, Director, Insight Print Communications at 13th Printer Expo in Chennai. Photo PSA

Fujifilm India, a leading innovator in printing solutions, launched its Revoria Press EC1100 on the first day of PrintExpo 2023 being held in Chennai from 3 to 5 August.

The 4-color machine offers speed, versatility, and quality for businesses seeking to expand their capabilities in printing, the company said. “We are looking forward to working very closely with the print service providers and making a real big impact as far as print quality is concerned with this particular press,” said Priyatosh Kumar, head, graphic communications business, Fujifilm India.

Highlighting the specific features of the newly launched machine, Kumar said, “The machine processes at 1200 x 1200 dpi, 10 bit, and will have 1024 shades of gray. So the textual content, vector graphics, gradients, and vignettes will be very sharp compared to other presses sold in the market. The machine enables for auto duplexing of banner sheets up to 34 inches, which can create many more applications for print service providers.” It handles variable printing seamlessly delivering exceptional results while minimizing the processing time, he said.

Photo print from Revoria Press EC1100

Ajay Aggarwal, MD & CEO of Insight Print Communications said, “The launch of Fujifilm Revoria EC 1100 and new capabilities on the Revoria PC 1120 marks an exciting chapter in our journey. The new workflow in PC 1120 has the potential to catapult Fujifilm to the market leadership position in the photo segment. The product’s quality is now the best in the industry, coupled with a lower cost of investment and lower printing and maintenance costs making it a very strong contender for all PSPs in the photo segment.

“We are confident that this new offering will empower photographers and photo printing businesses to exceed customer expectations and achieve new heights of success.  Fujifilm, being traditionally strong in photo segment, has revolutionized the price-performance ratio and the entire industry is going to benefit from it. As for the EC 1100, we are looking to address the vast space of 100 PPM where we wish to have a unique play in all the customer segments of jobbers, commercial printers, and photo labs.”

Along with the Revoria Press EC1100, Fujifilm unveiled upgrades of the flagship Revoria PC1120 as well, which caters specifically to India’s photo album printing industry. The advanced solution is characterized by a unique RGB workflow, extended color gamut, and the incorporation of pink toner for enhanced clarity and vibrant skin tones. 

The edition caters to the industry’s demand for superior quality at lower production costs, making it an ideal choice for creating good-quality wedding albums, he said.

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