RISO Inks & Consumables
Buy RISO Inks and Consumables
Whether you are looking for RISO inks and consumables, drums and masters, or any additional accessories, as the largest supplier of RISO equipment in Europe, Midshire is the obvious choice for all of your genuine RISO consumable requirements. We also give you the best price guarantee for all of your RISO printers and finishing equipment, so you can be can be confident of unbeatable quality at the lowest costs.
RISO Duplicators or Risograph printers use 21 standard colour inks. Special order colours can be tailor-made to support a company’s corporate branding guidelines. The huge selection of colours allows you to add powerful impact to your printed materials and helps bring your branded documents to life.
Some of the most popular standard colours include: black, blue, medium blue, red, green, fluorescent pink, fluorescent orange, purple, light grey and metallic gold.
RISO Gold Ink
Previously only available through specialised printing companies, RISO has created metallic gold ink, which will add a touch of luxury to your in-house printing.
Use this special ink to add a hint of elegance and class to many printed items including: invitations, wedding cards, certificates, leaflets and any other prestigious printing can be produced with this special touch.
The RISO drum is the part of the digital duplicator where the coloured ink is transferred to the paper.
Some duplicators have one drum. Having a single drum however, doesn’t limit you to single colour printing. Instead, you can send the paper through once for one colour to be printed, and then change the drum to a different colour and pass the paper through again.
Some duplicators have two drums, enabling you to produce two colour prints at the touch of a button.
RISO masters are developed specifically for the RISO printing process and are a key component of a RISO digital duplicator. A master works in the following way: a document is either scanned or sent via a computer to the duplicator, the document is then digitally reproduced onto a master sheet. The master sheet is then wrapped around an ink drum, which turns at high speed. A sheet of paper passes underneath the ink drum producing prints.
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