InfoPrint 75 – Refurbished, Repair & Service Options


This Ricoh InfoPrint continuous feed laser printer prints up to 116 IPM. It was discontinued and is offered on a limited basis as refurbished. Because Ricoh, the manufacturer, isn’t offering ongoing replacement parts, we recommend replacing this model with another manufacturer.

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InfoPrint 75 Repair & Service Options

Ricoh is the sole source for repair parts, so third-party service is not viable even before the withdrawal and even more problematic after the departure. The InfoPrint 75 is a high-speed pin-feed laser printer, no longer sold new by Ricoh or IBM.

The Ricoh InfoPrint service withdrawal was March 31, 2021. Great replacement options are available from GLM Group. Contact GLM Group for CF Laser options to fit your budget.

InfoPrint 75

InfoPrint 75 – Refurbished Specifications:

  • Production speeds, up to:
    • 116 IPM impressions-per-minute in rare two-up portrait format
    • 75 PPM page-folds per minute landscape letter format for everyday label printing
  • High-quality 600 DPI output.
  • Easy to use auto-loading pin-feed paper path.
  • Standard internal powered output stacker
  • Small footprint (under 9 square feet or 0.8 square meters).
  • Supports common printer data languages
  • Standard PCL, PostScript3, and IPDS were available.
  • A broad range of service offerings, including 7 x 24 coverage, ending March 31, 2021
  • ENERGY STAR® qualified

NOTE: Ricoh no longer supports or makes the InfoPrint line of printers.

InfoPrint 75 Continuous Forms Production Laser Printer Highlights:

Model Designation: 4372-001

Ricoh Service Ended March 31, 2021

The InfoPrint 75 could print up to 75 pages per minute in Landscape Letter format. Pin-feed forms provide the document sequence integrity of continuous forms printing. The InfoPrint 75 was a compact footprint backed by Ricoh service techs.

Energy Saving Flash Fusion Continuous Feed Laser Printing

Hot-roller-fusing printers add more heat to your building. CF lasers require less energy to cool the working environment. Move to flash fusion continuous form lasers for energy benefits.

Mission-Critical Performance

Rely on InfoPrint printers + maintenance service plans

The InfoPrint 75 laser printer had the support of Ricoh RPPS InfoPrint Availability Services. (That service ended March 31, 2021.)  These hot-roller-fuser printers were Energy Star Compliant.

Please note that energy-saving flash-fusion CF printers are better for the environment. CF lasers need less power when printing and in ready modes.

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The printer models listed below use two laser printing technologies, flash fusion, and heat pressure rollers. For more info on the two technologies, click here ›



Printronix L5031

Laserline Models Discontinued*


Variostream 7100

Flash Fusion Models Discontinued*


InfoPrint 4100

InfoPrint 4000

InfoPrint 100

InfoPrint 75

InfoPrint Models Discontinued*

*Discontinued printer models are occasionally offered refurbished or remanufactured. Limited availability on a first-come, first-served basis.