Digital Duplicator Suits Book Copying

Ricohís Priport VT2250 blends the cost-efficiency and speed of a duplicator with the ease-of-use of a copier. On runs of 150 or more, the cost per page drops to one-third of a cent, roughly one-fifth the cost of a photocopied page.

With adjustable duplicating speeds from 60 to 120 prints per minute, the VT2250 suits medium- to high-volume production environments. It can print on a variety of paper weights, including card stock.

Users can place a bound document or 3D object directly on the glass and produce any number of copies. An optional tape marker counts and separates pages when printing in sequence, while a positive-vacuum system ensures that completed materials exit freely and stack neatly.

In addition, with an optional interface, the VT2250 connects to IBM-compatible or Macintosh computers, for direct printouts from word processing, publishing or other software applications. Ricoh Corp., West Caldwell, NJ, (800) 63-RICOH, www.ricoh.com.

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This article originally appeared in the 05/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.

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