Solutions launched on the stand include a roll-to-roll latex printer, and a flatbed UV printer, which it is showing along  and a new direct to garment printer. Henryk Kraszewski, senior product manager at Ricoh, says, “Ricoh has built its graphic arts business on its digital cutsheet printers, whihc are all on the stand. The company is now leveraging that technology to new print applications, which we can see on the booth today. These include the new latex roll-to-roll printer,m the new UV flatbed printer, and the new Ri1000 direct to garment printer.” According to Kraszewski, the Pro L5160 roll-to-roll latex printer boasts a number of key features including print speed of up to 46.7 square metres per hour; image quality; an option for high-opacity white; support for a variety of permeable and impermeable substrates; low-temperature curing; and environmentally-friendly operation. “This new device leverages Ricoh’s forty-five-plus years of innovation, research and development in inkjet technology. It’s a Ricoh-designed product that uses Ricoh industrial inkjet heads and Ricoh’s aqueous resin – latex – ink technology,” he says. With the new inks cured and scratch resit...