Print-Rite produces a large variety of consumables for printers including laser cartridges, toners, ribbons and paper. Using the finest components and remanufacturing processes, Print-Rite ensures a premium end-product that delivers crisp text and high-resolution graphics that is patent safe.
Print-Rite develops and manufactures a range of user-friendly, well-performing, yet cost-effective, 3D printers and filaments, with varied choices and high compatibility. Under the brand name ‘CoLiDo’, Print-Rite's 3D range extends to suit every type of end user, whether it’s a start-up business, a creative production studio, an educational institution, or a large industrial enterprise.
Print-Rite is an industry leader in the development and manufacture of high quality aftermarket printer consumables. With over 30 year’s experience, Print-Rite has a range of more than 3,000 products developed by a dedicated team of 300 highly skilled engineers and technicians. Print-Rite is committed to corporate social responsibility and sustainable development.
For most people a charity bike ride will involve a little training followed by a hard day in the saddle. For the Print-Rite Europe team the ordeal will last a little longer…but then we are heading for China!
Yes, we’re crossing oceans and continents to reach our destination – the headquarters of Print-Rite in Zhuhai – 5,944 miles away. But despite the magnitude of the challenge we won’t be worrying about air transfers, visas, carrying luggage or mechanical breakdowns (although there could be a few of the physical variety!) – because our ‘journey’ will be undertaken aboard exercise bikes in the Print-Rite Europe reception at Amber Drive, Langley Mill.
Communicating loud and clear!
We’ve just bolted a turbo-drive onto the Print Rite Europe communications machine, flicked the switch and we have lift-off!
Our turbo-charged communications drive now features…
Print-Rite has recently made the news with its very own 3D Printed cow! The sculpture was created in conjunction with artists Huang Deming and Huang Zeyuan and printed using the CoLiDo Mega 3D printer.