"We have increased our revenue year after year by upgrading to this digital press," said Wood Huntley, Owner, Museum Store Products. "Being able to produce things we couldn't do before, like postcards at good margins with the amazing color quality and the fast turnaround our clients need, has made a world of difference for us."
The new device provides exceptional color consistency, which minimizes tedious color matching and reduces production costs. Toner adhesion can adapt to various paper stocks, even gloss-coated paper, so brightness, clarity and toner density is adjusted automatically for optimal accuracy.
Huntley is excited to work with Ricoh in expanding the business even more.
"We are in the process of expanding into membership and development projects for various museums," said Huntley.
Huntley notes that museum curators and retail workers are astounded by the color consistency and image quality. Plus, Museum Store Products has won two important industry awards -- the Museum Store Association Service Award and the Museum Store Association Vendor of the Year Award.