Ferrostaal announced that it is exclusively marketing the new RYOBI 760E series printing press across North America. The 6-up press, available in up to six colors with perfector, offers commercial and in-plant printers an affordable, environmentally friendly and space-saving way to grow their business.
“A growing number of printers in the U.S. and Canada tell us they need an economy-priced press like this—one that delivers unmatched quality, ease of operation and low maintenance at a low total cost-per-impression,” said Ferrostaal Equipment Solutions North America CEO John Torrey.
“Coupled with Ferrostaal’s rapid-ready, expert local service, the new Ryobi press is an ideal way for small and mid-size printers to equip for the future,” Torrey explained. “Importantly, when operating at maximum power, this press consumes 20% less power than competing presses, significantly cutting electricity costs and reducing environmental impact.”
The new RYOBI 760E series press is based on Ryobi’s most successful modern press, the feature-rich RYOBI 750 series that is available in up to 10 colors with perfector, LED-UV drying, UV cast and cure system, and other productivity and business-building options. The RYOBI 750 series press is installed at printing companies and in-plant facilities worldwide.
Like the 750, the new 760E series has a double-diameter impression and transfer cylinders, superior inking and dampening mechanisms, and many other automation features that minimize make-ready time and cost.
The new 760E series press runs at a maximum of 13,000 sheets per hour. It also features a large delivery pile capacity and a 26% smaller footprint than comparable 6-up presses. Maximum paper size for the press is 30.12” x 23.62”—10% more than competing presses. Natural and synthetic substrates from onion skin to lightweight packaging grades can be used.