*Risograph Printing Method
-Risograph printer works by transferring an image onto a thin stencil called a
master. Once a master is made, it is applied to a drum, which holds the ink tubes.
-Risograph ink usually takes longer time to dry and drying speed varies according
to substrate material, size and weight.
-Risograph ink never fully dry, so a Risograph print will slightly smudge
if you touch it.
-Risograph uses special inks that allow the printer to layer several spot colours
together using different inks densities to achieve a unique colours combination.
4 Kinds of Substrates
Light Gray Comic Book Paper 76g /
Munken Print Cream 150g / Munken Polar 150g /
Munken Pure 150g
Riso Poster Substrate
Please check 5 Riso Inks
(Black, Blue, Red, Gold, Fluorescent Pink)
Colours might be slightly different from
what's display on the monitor screen.
Ensure to create data in black value K100.
01. Imperfect Registration
Imperfect registration is common, and
it is also a part of the charm of
a Risograph print!
02. Ink Smudge
Since Risograph ink never fully dry,
hence, an additional layer of paper will
be packed together with Risograph
print to reduce possible smudged
during the delivery process.
03. Uneven Coverage
Uneven ink coverage even using
only 1 ink, is one of the beauties of
04. Unique Texture
Risograph print is done by creating a
stencil that is laid onto a drum filled
with ink, forcing the ink through the
stencil onto the paper by high-speed
spinning to create a print with a unique