Started craft printer trials today, 30/11/2016. Setup printer and handed over to Enid Wadsworth of Ininity Cards who is going to run the printer through its paces, in particular, printing on heavy weight card-stock in order to determine how well the printer does in this application and if it starts causing issues. Enid will be
printed the last 2 days and consistent. No issues. Printed photo and logo. Still professional look and no blotching.
Printing for yesterday and today. Still no issues. Printing perfectly. Photo print today and the quality is perfect. Like printing on glossy photo paper -only edible! Printed company logos and some logos that were perfect. Much more professional looking. So far not even a blotch out of place which is soo unusual. This has
Found the time to run further print tests but this time using a 300gsm card which was quite a stiff card. The printer handled feeding the card-stock perfectly without any issues at all, in fact it handled the card-stock with absolute ease. The printing quality was tested in terms of lots of different settings and
In order to add balance and a running reference point for the ongoing Richo Aficio SG2100N Edible trials, we had decided to run a printer in the office and print our daily workload out and print some photographs on icing sheets and Gloss and Satin photo papers on a regular basis. We plugged in the
printed photo’s today. Excellent quality. With this printer we’ve not wasted one edible sheet yet. With the others previously used we’ve had a lot of waste. Ripped, blotchy, patchy was always always an issue. Could never use a sheet on first print. This printer so far so good. Will save hundreds and hundreds of pounds.
The Ricoh is by far the best edible ink printer we have used. The print quality is the best we’ve seen. Settings best to be used on glossy high quality. Printed 4 sheets today. All perfect.
After talking to many customers, ours and our competitors, regarding printer performance with edible inks and edible print media, we realise that there are some issues that need addressing in order to get a better and more reliable performance and service life from a printer used in this application. From blocked heads, poor media feeding