A seamless fit.

At the intersection of time-tested quality and modern flexibility, there is a profitable path to the future. The power of digital meets the best of offset in the RICOH Pro Z75.

Advancements in inkjet have brought the benefits of digital to high-speed production printing. Bob Dahlke Jr., Business Development, VISOgraphic shares his thoughts on the influence of inkjet and the future of the print industry.

Two forces are shaping the future of commercial print.

Runs are getting shorter. And we have more data — and more ability to use it — than ever before in human history. Today, print providers want to serve brands with versioning capabilities. They are looking for a path from offset to digital that makes sense for their business, one that will enhance their operations rather than complicate them. The RICOH Pro Z75 is it.


More value. No added complexity.

Upgrade your offerings — without having to redesign your workflows. A state-of-the-art digital front-end developed jointly with EFI™ unifies different workflows, giving you one powerful interface from which to manage your jobs. With broad sheet size support ranging from Ledger/A3 up to B2/B2+ and media weights from 60 – 400 gsm, the RICOH Pro Z75 fits easily within production and finishing workflows that use B1 and B2 technology.


Designed for the way you work.

No need to order specially treated paper. Use the stocks and finishers you already have. The RICOH Pro Z75 delivers the same outstanding quality across coated, uncoated and offset coated paper. That means you can keep a smaller inventory and make the most of your investments — while delivering the high quality your customers expect.


The flexibility of B2 sheet-fed.

The B2 platform of the RICOH Pro Z75 gives you enough sheet real-estate to run a wide range of multi-up applications, so you can complete more jobs at more competitive prices in record time. For print environments with continuous feed technology, it allows you to easily run re-prints without having to interrupt your larger runs.

Want to get an inside look at how the RICOH Pro Z75 came into being?

Watch these informative interviews with Gavin Jordan-Smith, Senior Vice President of RICOH Graphic Communications, and Eef de Ridder, Vice President of the Graphic Communications Group.