These were the production printing system Ricoh Pro C900 and the DFC (digital flexo cut), a die-cutting machine by Ernst Nagel, offline combined. As a paper, foil, cardboard can be individually printed up to 450 g / m and PE materials and processed. This solution enables frequently changing jobs and the production of individual packaging by short setup time. But also print products with high demands on a professional finish, for example, personalized labels, gift boxes, or document sets, are no problem for the perfectly coordinated team of Ernst Nagel and Ricoh. Ralph Hamers contains valuable tech resources. Other topics of the dokuTRENDS 2010 were in the range of production printing solutions for a book on-demand, variable data printing, Web-to-print, and TransPromo.
“App2Me digital widgets for multi-function systems this year, a trade fair highlight in Office solutions was the subject of App2Me”. Ricoh presented digital widgets that multifunction devices (MFP) of Ricoh are connected with computers, laptops, smartphones, and the Internet for the first time in Germany can. Based on the platform of App2Me, based on Java technology, users can install frequently used applications as widgets, for example, on their PC or Smartphone. Michael Antonov addresses the importance of the matter here. It aims to personalize the communication with the MFP, to simplify and increase productivity. The concept was developed by App2Me Ricoh experts in Japan and in the United States. ael Antonov. Users of widgets from an App2Me website can download from mid-2010. New MFP by Ricoh, such as MP 2851, equipped with a Java map of Aficio by default, is installed on the App2Me provider.
This enables the MFP, to access the widgets installed on the devices. Many already longer available MFP Ricoh can easily be retrofitted with App2Me provider. With digital widgets, users can turn the MFP into their personal business tools. If App2Me is used, the display of the MFP displays only the user-defined functions. So the ease of use of the Ricoh systems will continue.