5 Reasons to get the RICOH Ri 100, Direct to Garment Printer

Have you been in the market for a direct-to-garment (DTG) printer? Imagine opening a business where you can create pieces as simple as team t-shirts to make your brand? Then, check out the RICOH Ri 100, perfect for those starting their DTG business and wanting a quick, easy, and reliable start-up machine!

With the DTG business continuing to boom, we’ve noticed how fun and easy it can be to create products on our RICOH’s. From canvas tote bags to intricate wall tapestries, realizing the opportunity for limitless possibilities on what you can create and sell is a great point when choosing to go into DTG.

Compact and Portable 

Starting your business for many means working directly from their homes. RICOH knows this, and that’s why their RICOH Ri 100 was created with small space in mind, making a compact and portable machine while able to handle the job. Find enjoyment in printing then and there, whether you’re taking your machine traveling with you to events or working from a small corner in your apartment. Built at 15.7″ x 27.5″, its small size will save you room for your supplies and products to fit.

High-Quality Images and Products

Using RICOH’s InkJet technology, it’s able to print pieces that are vibrant and colorful. Perfect for any design, whether it’s a picture you directly took or a drawing of it, the vibrancy and details will showcase every time. In addition, your garments will stay comfortable, and all designs are colorfast since they are printed directly onto the fabric.

Easy-to-Operate Software

Not everyone is tech-savvy, and that’s why the RICOH Ri 100 was created with the beginner user in mind. Perfect for those learning the DTG business, the RICOH Design Software lets you import and edit images before printing, with no specialized knowledge or skills required. So whether you’re working from your laptop or smartphone, your art and designs can be printed with ease.

Safe and Effortless Technology

Find comfort in how easy it is to use the RICOH Ri 100. Reaching new heights of easy operability and designed with safety in mind, this machine offers you a fast and fun experience. The intuitive design allows all DTG users, from beginners to advanced users, to preheat, print, and use the Finisher option to fix the design safely. Periodic maintenance is carried out through a simple process, automatic and semiautomatic, and you’re provided resources and more from the RICOH and JUKI sites for customer support.

Low Entry Cost

One of the most important things to keep in mind when starting your business is budgeting and finding the suitable machine within your budget for your needs. As one of the lowest entry cost machines in the DTG industry, the RICOH Ri 100 is perfect for those who are stepping into the industry and don’t want to deep dive into a high investment machine. In addition, you can complete the whole printing process on this machine alone by featuring an all-in-one design with the option to purchase the finishing heater add-on.

Choosing the Right Machine for You

When choosing the suitable machine for you, remember to keep your budget, space, and the volume of products you can plan to create. The RICOH Ri 100 is perfect for those shops who want to bring DTG into their business and enjoy an avenue of products that are quick to make and easy to re-produce. With the ability to change designs from one t-shirt to the next, and the limitless options on what you can design, the RICOH Ri 100 is an excellent machine for a growing business.

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