It’s not just a history.
It’s a legacy.

The RICOH Pro Z75 is a culmination.

In 1973, Ricoh pioneered bi-pitch laminated piezo actuator printhead technology, enabling even, accurate control of ink droplets. This technology is the foundation of the printheads used throughout our inkjet portfolio. Forward to 2018, when Ricoh introduced the world to the RICOH Pro VC70000, which featured original drying techniques and went on to win industry awards. Today, our inkjet heads are used by manufacturers all over the world.

We’ve been watching the industry.

We’ve been talking to you. And we’ve been applying our special solution-based problem-solving to your challenges. We have brought all that to the RICOH Pro Z75. This system embodies Ricoh’s approach to product development and to the print business as a whole.

What’s brought us here.

Marketers are looking for new ways to engage customers. Advances in digital print capabilities and data processing have made highly targeted print the answer. Today print providers 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.

Merging the best science across decades and product lines.

From the advanced drying techniques that made such a mark on the industry to our extended-gamut inks, celebrated printheads and unique registration system, the RICOH Pro Z75 combines leading Ricoh innovations in one revolutionary system.

It’s about the future — your future.

The goal is hyper-relevancy. Our way is to anticipate what our customers will need. This system was developed not only to empower you to keep up with the market, but to stay ahead of it.

First beta site in the U.S.

In November 2022, Ricoh announced that Heeter installed the first RICOH Pro Z75 B2 sheet-fed inkjet press in its newly unveiled Digital Print Center. As the first beta site, Heeter has moved offset work to this future-defining technology, producing higher print quality faster with fewer demands on staff, helping to overcome the workforce challenges felt across the print industry. Read the press release.