First glimpse of Fuji's Revoria range

Jo Francis
Thursday, June 24, 2021

Fujifilm has taken the wraps off its new Revoria range of toner-based digital presses.

The new Revoria Press PC1120 (front) and E1-series in virtual form
The new Revoria Press PC1120 (front) and E1-series in virtual form

Unsurprisingly, the range includes a model that has a near-identical spec to the Iridesse model sold by Xerox, after Fujifilm added electrophotographic presses to its own-brand range following the end of the Fuji Xerox joint venture. 

The Fujifilm Revoria Press PC1120 is a single-pass 120ppm device that can print in up to six colours – CMYK plus a choice of clear, gold, silver, white, pink and custom red, with the option for undercoat and top coat. 

It can print onto stock from 52gsm-400gsm including films and metallised papers thanks to an inline static remover. It also includes a cooling device to reduce the potential for wrinkles and aid post-press processing. 

Resolution is 1,200x1,200dpi resulting in 2,400x2,400dpi image quality using Fujifilm's HQ Digital Screen technology. 

The Revoria Press PC1120 also features AI image correction and can handle SRA3 sheets and banners up to 1,200mm in length. 

A range of line finishing units is available, including creasing, trimming, bookletmaking and square fold trimming. 

The press is driven by Fuji’s own Revoria Flow PC11 print server, and the online expo also includes a launch for the new Revoria One workflow cockpit which links to XMF, offset and digital devices, as well as post-press. 

The monochrome Revoria E1 series of presses is targeted at both office and professional print environments. 

Print speed is up to 136 A4ppm and the printers use EA-Eco toner with a very small particle size for “high image and fine line quality” at 2,400dpi.

Stock range is 52gsm-350gsm, with a range of finishing options. 

The Revoria E1 series is also driven by Fuji’s own print server. 

UK pricing and availability was unavailable at the time of writing, with Fujifilm expected to reveal further details about its European go-to-market strategy now that its plans for electrophotographic product range have been made public. 

A raft of other new products also feature in the online showcase.

Printweek welcomes informed debate, but all comments must comply with our house rules which can be read here: A-Z of using the Printweek forums


© MA Business Limited 2023. Published by MA Business Limited, St Jude's Church, Dulwich Road, London, SE24 0PB, a company registered in England and Wales no. 06779864. MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group .