New Ricoh Pro TF6251 driver for CalderaRIP Version 14

8 January 2021

French printing software company Caldera has announced the release of new Ricoh driver for CalderaRIP Version 14. This new driver expands the award-winning software’s long list of supported peripherals and further enhances its user experience. 

Ricoh’s brand-new hybrid flatbed printer, the Ricoh Pro TF6251 can now be used with CalderaRIP Version 14More flexible than ever, this all-in-one hybrid system supports the versatile production of a wider range of applications for sign and display, industrial, graphic arts and home decor.  

Furthermore, the Ricoh Pro TF6251 comes with 12 Ricoh inkjet print heads thus delivering incredible print speed to improve your productivity. Hybrid and flexible, this device will help you achieve high-quality results for a variety of application while using less energy.  

Drive the Ricoh Pro TF6251 with CalderaRIP software’s many powerful features tscale up your production while reducing media waste and keeping control over your colorsIndeed, CalderaRIP Version 14 comes with reliable color management tools and significant time savings on PDF, TIFF, and double-sided workflows. Using a new algorithm, V14 can parallelize jobs processing submitted to CalderaRIP via hotfolders. In addition, CalderaRIP integrates the last version of Adobe PDF Print Engine (5.5) with the FineLine featuremaking the rendering of thin lines sharper and small texts more legible.  

Want to make your production more cost-effective?  

  • Custom your CalderaRIP by including optional cost modules, such as InkPerformer and CostEstimation. 
  • Discover PrimeCenter, our pre-press solution to optimize job preparation for printing and cutting. Its rue Shape Nesting algorithm will be your best ally to reduce media waste for a more sustainable production 

Using CalderaRIP to pilot your Ricoh printers is the best way to streamline your production and maintain control over your colors throughout the entire production process! 

Download new drivers on Caldera WorkSpace

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