Ryobi 928 w/perfector
RYOBI is showcasing three state-of-the-art sheetfed printing presses along with the newest advances in LED-UV curing and specialty casting and foiling at drupa 2012 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Ferrostaal sales representatives and local dealers across North America are now discussing Ryobi’s newest offerings with commercial printers, in-plant printers and specialty printers. Ryobi presses and technologies are sought by top printers worldwide for their quality and reliability at low total operating cost.
Ryobi and Ferrostaal officials will spotlight the following at drupa, May 3-16:
RYOBI 928P: The latest addition to the 8-up RYOBI 920 series features an 8-color offset perfector press delivering up to 16,000 sheets per hour. The 928P will be demonstrated with an instant LED-UV curing system that significantly cuts energy consumption and power costs.
RYOBI 755G: This fully loaded, 6-up, 5-color high-speed offset press with coating unit and LED-UV curing unit delivers up to 16,000 sph on a wide range of substrates. Ryobi will demonstrate chemical embossed printing with a LED-UV curing unit installed in the delivery unit and a pre-curing LED-UV unit between the print units. Printing on 3D plastic HALS honeycomb micro allay lens sheets from Grapac Japan Co. will be shown. Ryobi also offers a new 10-color press in the 750 series.
RYOBI UV Casting and Foiling System: A new system was developed for the 42-inch RYOBI 1050 series to handle holograms/special effects, foiling and chemical embossed printing. Ryobi will demonstrate security printing through anti-forgery holograms including hidden and micro text as well as 3-D hologram patterns. The RYOBI 1050 targets package printers. The UV Casting and Foiling System is also available on the 750 series presses.
RYOBI 525GX: This 2-up, 5-color press with coating and IR-curing units will be demonstrated. This press, which runs at up to 15,000 sph, provides small and medium-size printers with cost-efficient, state-of-the-art offset print.