Ricoh's production range is made to work with a massive variety of stock. Imagine all the coated, coloured, textured, and synthetic possibilities ready and waiting to amaze your customers.
Print professional quality books, newsletters and brochures with uninterrupted productivity
Short-run black and white printing comes fast and affordably. The Pro 8310S gives commercial printers, mail houses and corporate print rooms more options.
Impressive printing, added flexibility
With the Pro 8310S, both quality and quantity are delivered without sacrifice. Print on lightweight to heavyweight stock, as well as NCR, synthetic media and oversized sheets. Produce crisp documents with near-offset print quality. More time is saved with straight-forward operations, including pre-set print configurations for common print tasks and a paper library.
- Continuous productivity
Designed for continuous production, even when replenishing toner or paper
- Do it yourself
Handle maintenance issues in house with Trained Customer Replaceable Units (TCRUs)
- Mix black and white with colour
Easily incorporate pre-printed colour work into long run black and white print jobs
- Security features
Protect sensitive information with User Authentication to restrict access to specific jobs
- Scan and send
Scan colour jobs and share them straight from the device for fast review and approval
Finish it off in style
Improve turnaround times and increase your print capacity. Ricoh’s line of finishers make it easy to print more types of documents, quickly. Create professional saddle-stitched booklets with minimal effort using the booklet maker, folder and trimmers. Fold media in multiple styles to give customers more options. Collate, bind, punch, trim and add or close rings with minimal manual intervention.
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