Bengaluru’s Suri Print Shop gets a Ricoh PRO C7200X

Elevating efficiency and flexibility

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Suresh C and Girish of Suri Print Shop with the new Ricoh PRO C7200X

A commercial printing shop at Bengaluru’s Vijayanagar, Suri Print Shop offers digitally printed vibrant graphics. Behind all that vibrancy in the company’s commercial print outputs is the newly installed Ricoh Pro C7200x digital color production press from Monotech Systems, a leading machine manufacturer and one-stop solution provider for the printing and packaging industry globally.

Launched in 2015, Suri Print Shop is managed and run by a team of business partners. “My wife S Sithravathi is the proprietor of Suri Print Shop and Girish is a key management partner,” says Suresh C, manager, Suri Print Shop. He adds, “We have a team of 10 highly skilled professionals engaging in graphic designing, printing, and production of anything related to commercial graphics, packaging prints, wedding photos, invitation cards, booklets, wall calendars, fliers, pamphlets, gift boxes, posters, among others.”

Altogether, Suri Print Shop offers everything about printing under one roof. For that, the company boasts a portfolio of machines of all technologies, which they keep on upgrading as per the demands and requirements of customers. Suresh says, “Being the latest to our portfolio, the Ricoh Pro C7200x from Monotech Systems is what it all takes for us to digitally print all premium applications such as wedding photos (albums as well), gift boxes, fancy cards, etc.”

Suri Print Shop’s production facility is well clustered into printing and post-printing divisions as well as for offset and digital wide-format printing. “Offering right from business cards up to colorful outdoor banners, we are equipped with a complete line of printing and finishing machines. Among them, the Ricoh Pro C7200x is our key to achieving a new definition in digital printing,” explains Suresh.

Suresh says the Ricoh Pro C7200x’s power, versatility and performance surpass any other digital production press in its class. “The advanced features of this digital production press help us reinvent textures and sharpness in wedding photos, gift boxes, fancy cards, and many such items or applications in brand new outlooks with extra effects and enhancements.”

Among the added and advanced features of Ricoh Pro C7200x is its ‘Fifth Toner Station’ designed specifically for blending neon pink toner with CMYK to create vivid and captivating print enhancements on applications such as wedding photo albums, invitation cards for special occasions, gift box graphics, etc.

Suresh emphasizes these added advancements of this digital production press as the reason of choosing it. He adds, “We have never come across any digital press that can be compared to this Ricoh Pro C7200x when it comes to printing or enhancing captivating graphics.”

The Ricoh Pro C7200x has a speed of 95 ppm (pages per minute). It can take up a broad range of both lightweight and heavyweight substrates up to 360 gsm for producing stunning graphics in 2400×4800 dpi laser resolution (with VCSEL technology) on varied media textures such as metallic, dark, synthetic, and magnetic, supporting oversized sheets up to 13×49.6″.

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