Ideal Signs installs Riso ComColor 7150 from Insource

Left to right are Ideal Signs’ Joy Corlas, Lucky Johal, and Devinder Baghe with the Riso ComColor.
Left to right are Ideal Signs’ Joy Corlas, Lucky Johal, and Devinder Baghe with the Riso ComColor.

Ideal Signs (Surrey, BC) has installed a Riso ComColor 7150 from Insource Corporation (Markham, Ontario) through its Western Canada Rep MCSI Group. The Group’s Bev Matushewski worked with Ideal Signs for 7 months to evaluate production efficiencies focusing on NCR forms, envelopes and flyers – and chose the Riso printer based on Lean Six Sigma methodology that reduces waste and downtime in 8 separate categories.

The 7150 prints at 120 ppm in full colour with a start-up time of under 5 seconds and is ideal for high-volume digital print jobs. It also features low operating costs and requires minimum operator training. The ComColor has already made 100,000 impressions in the first month, resulting in an increase in profits. Ideal is a full-service sign company specializing in design, fabrication, installation and maintenance for the retail, construction, architecture and marketing industries.

Insource provides leading-edge technology and service in the industrial paper handling, card manufacturing and processing, packaging/fulfillment and mailing sectors.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.