Edit, scan and print large documents in wide format, affordably.
Small office budgets can now do more with CAD documents. The MP W8140SP is an affordable wide format printer that produces big prints, fast and with ease.
Collaborate to save time, money
Engineers, architects, contractors, you need access to print big plans in small spaces, on demand. Shortcut through print tasks with an operation panel that lets you customise settings. Preview documents with thumbnails to check a document before printing. Scan documents and send them to email, folders, FTP or external devices like USB to make light work of last minute changes.
- Think big
Print up to 30,000mm output size
- Mark up digital files
Edit files with the optional Ricoh PrintCopy Tool for faster approvals
- Stock options
Choose paper weighted from 64 to 110 gsm
- Remote management
Check on document printing, supply levels and cancel jobs without leaving your desk
Safe and sound data
Data security is critical for your organisation’s success. Erase images and data automatically when you’re done with overwrite security. Only release print jobs when you’re at the printer with user authentication. Advanced encryption tools protect information when your printing or distributing files.
Request a quote and empower your digital workplace with us
Whatever your business needs there’s a Ricoh specialist ready to help create the ideal solution to improve your work life. Hit the ‘Request a quote’ button, complete the form with your details and we’ll contact you within 24 hours to discuss your requirements.
- Print, copy, and scan
- Up to 600 x 600 dpi resolution
- Paper width 210 to 914.4mm
- Fast speed up to 14 A1 LEF ppm
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