JS Color Lab takes photo printing to the next level with Ricoh Pro

Bulandshahr, UP-based JS Color Lab, a widely popular wedding photo album printing company in Uttar Pradesh, has upgraded its production setup with a new Ricoh Pro C7200X to print high-quality professional photo albums. The machine was supplied by Monotech Systems.

03 Feb 2023 | By Rahul Kumar

Varun Sharma of JS Color Lab with the Ricoh Pro C7200X

Since its inception in 1986, JS Color Lab has been an acclaimed wedding photo printer. 

“Being a second generation in the business, I have seen time-to-time updates of machines and manpower in our production setup,” Varun Sharma, proprietor, JS Color Lab, said. 

He added that the company’s production setup has been constantly upgrading as it endeavours to meet the growing demands for new innovations and quality in photo printing. 

He said, “Unlike the older days, wedding photo albums nowadays are designed and made with unique colour textures and motifs of pictures that astoundingly capture the exquisite and unforgettable moments.” 

In this respect, he added that the recent installation is a strategic move of JS Color Lab towards taking photo album printing to another level. This Ricoh digital production press has advanced features to print quality photos using a wide variety of glossy papers and other substrates. 

“The Ricoh Pro has added technological advancements over other digital presses when it comes to printing sharp colour photos and adding innovative elements to prints. The fifth colour station of this Ricoh digital press is quite advantageous. With such a feature, we are capable of working on new colour textures beyond the usual CMYK,” he added.

The Ricoh Pro C7200X is engineered to create extra white colour along with gold, silver, and neon with its fifth colour station. This press can run at the speed of 85-ppm churning on diverse media ranging from glossy, lustre papers up to matte and other high-textured substrates. “With the Ricoh with advanced features, we can now promise our customers to fulfil their dreams,” Sharma said.