Konica Minolta launches high-speed digital press AccurioPress C4080

AccurioPress C4080 has an outstanding media versatility

Konica Minolta’s high-speed digital press AccurioPress C4080 being launched for a better quality of the image Photo: Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta’s high-speed digital press AccurioPress C4080 being launched for a better quality of the image Photo: Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta announces the launch of its high-speed digital press AccurioPress C4080 a ‘Bridge to Success.’ A user-friendly production that’s ideal for businesses looking to expand their production capabilities with advanced automation and ease of use for various applications with inline finishing options enables users to ship the final product and develop additional revenue opportunities. 

The AccurioPress C4080, replaces AccurioPress C3080. AccurioPress C4080 brings outstanding media versatility that can print on thin to thick stocks (62 to 360 grams square meter), banner stocks up to 1300 millimeter (simplex), and up to 900mm (duplex), including embossed and coated paper up to 360 grams square meter in simplex and duplex, for better quality image resolution has been enhanced to 2400 dpi. 

Envelopes can be printed with the standard fuser at half speed and higher resolution for better image quality, with optional accessories such as Intelligent Media Sensor IM-101 for measuring and identifying media, ensuring that the correct media settings are selected, no matter the operator’s skill level. Another option to deliver fully trimmed and creased long sheets of up to 51″ to the output tray is TU-510, enabling users to complete their tasks in-house at an affordable price point. 

Konica Minolta’s AccurioPress C4080 provides high resolution and more flexibility

The AccurioPress C4080 digital press prints at 81/81 A4 parts per million color/black and white respectively and offers the flexibility of two-sided printing on sheets up to 34” long (allowing the capability of producing an 8-panel, letter/A4-size brochure). The AccurioPress C4080 Series also uses Konica Minolta’s advanced color processing technology Screen-Enhancing Active Digital Process (S.E.A.D). This combines an array of technical innovations to guarantee exceptional color reproduction at top speed. 

Enhanced features enable operational efficiency and business expansion of Konica Minolta users. The AccurioPress C4080 provides –

  • 3,600 (equivalent) x 2,400 dpi resolution 
  • Duplex printed sheets up to 34.” 
  • Simplex printed up to 51”. 
  • Envelopes can be printed with the standard fuser. 
  • Media versatility up to 360 grams square meter provides a wide choice of paper and print applications. 

Options such as TU-510, IM-101, and the IQ-501 are fully automated, closed-loop quality management tools that allow customers to produce fully finished, high-quality, ready-to-be-boxed output quickly and easily without skilled operators, which helps in increasing uptime, productivity, quality, and profit. 

The AccurioPress C4080 has been adaptive with any workflow environment, and Konica Minolta offers its own controllers with the IC-609. Other third-party controllers are the IC-419 Internal Fiery Image Controller or the external IC-317 Fiery Image Controller. The AccurioPress C4080 series also benefited from the AccurioPro Suite, Konica Minolta’s powerful suite of digital solutions for professional printing, one of the industry’s most versatile and powerful tools to optimize print operations and workflows. 


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