Broaden your inkjet horizons with new live technology showcase hosted by Ricoh +Video

Ricoh will continue its Anything in Print series this month with a live technology showcase focused on its very latest developments in inkjet technology. Taking place at 11am GMT on February 25, 2021, the webinar-style event, titled ‘Putting New Inkjet Technology to Work’, will highlight the benefits of Ricoh’s latest inkjet printing devices, designed to help customers broaden their horizons and adapt to the changing world of print.

As an added incentive to learn more about these solutions, attendees will also automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a brand new Ricoh Ri 100 DTG printer.

While the past year has proved that nothing is certain, one thing is clearer than ever before: production printing businesses need to be resilient, with the key to this being the ability to adapt to new opportunities as they emerge. 

Part of Ricoh’s Anything in Print series, the live technology showcase will offer insights into the new Ricoh Ri 2000 Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printer, which will be available in the UK from March 2021. Ricoh experts will also showcase the enhanced Ricoh Pro™ L5100e large-format printer with an extended colour gamut, and the new Ricoh Pro™ TF6251 hybrid flatbed system.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Learn about the fast ROI and sustainability benefits of printing on garments using the new Ricoh Ri DTG 2000;
  • Discover which are the fastest growing print applications at present and see how the Ricoh Pro L5100e can help them move into these areas;
  • View the diversity of products and surfaces that the Ricoh Pro TF6251 UV hybrid machine can print on, and the profitable applications it can open up.

Speakers will include Ricoh UK Director Tim Carter, Ricoh UK Large-Format Specialist Yucel Salih, and Ricoh DTG Sales Specialist Nick MacFarlane.

Marie Woodhead, Product Marketing Manager at Ricoh UK will also speak, as will Shane Barrett, Pre-Sales Technical Specialist at Ricoh Europe.

The webinar will take place at 11am GMT on February 25, 2021.
To register for the webinar, please click here.

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