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Mitsubishi inkjet papers qualifies for Ricoh Pro VC60000

Another milestone has been reached in the qualification of jetscript papers for use on commercial high-speed inkjet printers: Ricoh has approved DLS 9020, DS 1341 and the DL 84 series for use on the Pro VC60000. 

With the Pro VC60000, Ricoh is aiming at high-quality digital printing for the complex and demanding publishing, direct mail, commercial print and graphic art markets. Using coated Mitsubishi inkjet papers, print productivity is significantly increased, and the available range of products is expanded further. Jetscript papers are particularly convincing due to the high print quality achievable at maximum printing speeds. 

"We achieve excellent printing results with Mitsubishi's coated paper," says Dave Bell, Product Marketing Manager, Ricoh. "The fast drying characteristic of the paper on a wide range of surfaces (matt, satin, semi-glossy) is particularly impressive, as the full productivity of our Pro VC60000 can be exploited." Monika Stubbe, Head of Sales Inkjet Papers at Mitsubishi added: “Very high optical densities and therefore a wide colour gamut for best printer results are only possible with the special ink receiving layer of our jetscript inkjet papers.” 

With jetscript, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper offers a wide range of coated inkjet papers for high-speed inkjet printing. The Pro VC60000 from Ricoh, featuring intelligent ink utilization which is adapted to the parameters of the print job, can reduce the printing costs in combination with the approved jetscript papers and achieve quality comparable with offset printing:

  • jetscript DLS 9020 - 90g, coated on both sides, satin finish, offset look & feel
  • jetscript DS 1341 - 128g, both sides premium coated, semi-glossy finish
  • jetscript DL 84 series - 89 to 248 g, coated on both sides, matt surface
Mitsubishi’s jetscript papers are particularly suitable for high-quality applications in the fields of publishing (brochures, catalogues, books) and direct mail.