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Relyco Introduces the Formax ColorMax 7 Digital Inkjet Color Printer

New High-Quality, High-Speed Inkjet Production Printer Boasts the Industry's Lowest Cost per Print and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

DOVER, NH -- (Marketwire) -- 01/29/13 -- Relyco®, a leading provider of value-added business printing and payment solutions, introduces the Formax ColorMax 7 Digital Inkjet Color Printer, a high quality inkjet printer featuring the industry's lowest cost per print and total cost of ownership (TCO). The ColorMax 7 is a high-speed inkjet printer powered by revolutionary Memjet™ technology making color printing fast and affordable without sacrificing quality. It is the ideal solution for full-bleed color printing of envelopes, pressure seal forms, marketing materials, and much more.

"Our customers will be thrilled to see the speed and print quality of this printer, but will be shocked at the low cost per print and rapid return on investment (ROI) when purchasing a ColorMax 7," said Mike Steinberg, president and CEO of Relyco. "Additionally, we offer a wide range of inkjet compatible substrates that will enable our customer to get even more out of their ColorMax 7 investment, including envelopes, pressure seal forms, checks, promotional materials, synthetic waterproof paper, and more."

The ColorMax 7 uses the latest in inkjet technology to produce full-color output at three times the speed of traditional shuttle head printers, at one-third the per-page cost. Its Memjet print head has 70,400 ink nozzles and no moving parts, which offers higher speeds, lower ink and maintenance costs, and less noise. It boasts a TCO that is less than one-quarter of the TCO of a toner-based color printer.

The ColorMax 7 produces full-color CMYK output, up to 16.8 million colors, on a variety of paper stocks and sizes, with full-bleed capability on media up to 8.5" wide. It can print 1600 x 1600 dpi at 6 inches per second, and 1600 x 800 dpi at 12 inches per second.

Relyco Inkjet Compatible Substrates
Relyco offers a comprehensive line of inkjet compatible substrates for the ColorMax 7 and other inkjet printers. These substrates include:

ColorMax 7 Digital Inkjet Color Printer and Substrate Pricing and Availability
The ColorMax 7 Digital Inkjet Color Printer and inkjet compatible substrates are currently available from Relyco. For pricing, more information, printer demo, and substrate samples, contact Relyco by calling 1-800-777-7359, by emailing [email protected], or visiting www.relyco.com.

About Relyco
With over 20,000 customers worldwide, Relyco is a leading provider of value-added business printing and payment solutions, including custom digital packaging, waterproof paper, e-Payment solutions, payroll paycards, carbonless laser forms, and more. As one of the largest distributors of laser and digital applications, including laser checks and other high-security documents, Relyco's long-standing membership in the ASC X9AB check processing committee and extensive experience with fraud prevention strategies and new forms technologies positions it as the most innovative leader in the business printing solutions field. Relyco's customers include Google, PepsiCo, Samsung, Adobe and Microsoft. For more information, please visit www.relyco.com.

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Christian Simko
Director of Product Marketing and Communications
Relyco Sales Inc.
121 Broadway
Dover, NH 03820
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