Ryobi Provides Total Printing Systems to
Support the Demands of a Sophisticated
Ryobi develops and manufactures a range of offset printing presses from those for A3 paper size that have established its position as a world's top manufacturer, on up to high-speed multi-color offset printing presses offering higher productivity and advanced functionality for A2, B2, A1 and B1 paper sizes. In addition, Ryobi is developing total printing systems to support the demands of a sophisticated information society, that can flexibly respond to a digital workflow throughout every process, from data submission to printing and binding.
A Step Forward in Next-Generation Printing Systems
There are high expectations for a printing environment that meets the needs of the rapidly evolving digitized and sophisticated information society, and this involves total printing systems, from prepress to press and postpress. As an integrated manufacturer of printing equipment, Ryobi is developing next-generation printing systems based on abundant technological experience that has been accumulated over the years.
Ryobi's Product Development Focuses on Speed of Operation, Automation, Energy Savings, Quality and Ease of Operation
Printing presses consist of thousands of precision parts in an essentially aggregated mechanism. By combining long-accumulated die casting precision processing and production technologies and fusing them with electronic and digital technologies, Ryobi has created high-speed, automated and energy-saving printing presses. We are developing products supported by uncompromising quality control to produce high-quality yet easy-to-use products.
Ryobi Printing Presses Are Used All Over the World
Ryobi's printing presses are widely used not only in Japan, but all over the world. Through distributors around the world, Ryobi is shipping printing presses to over 170 countries, where they are universally well received by customers.
Energy-efficient, environment-friendly LED-UV Printing System
In developing a printing system that uses LED-UV curable ink, Ryobi became the first in the world to use LEDs as dryer light sources for offset printing presses. Consequently, power consumption is lowered, bringing about reduced environmental impact.
Earning Society's Trust through Reliable Technology
Product quality is not the only benchmark for Ryobi's printing equipment, as we are also developing products that take environmental impact fully into consideration. Ryobi's products require less ink and organic solvents and trial paper for print tests during the printing process, in addition to offering automation and energy-saving features.