Konica Minolta demonstrates state-of-the-art print innovation at Printpack show

Konica Minolta's best in-class offerings for industry players

Mr. Daisuke Mori, Managing Director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions India Pvt.

Konica Minolta Business Solutions, a domain leader in advanced imaging and networking technologies, is showcasing its wide range of best-in-class offerings and cutting-edge technological innovations at the ongoing mega trade event – Printpack India 2019.

The company is demonstrating its entire product line in color and mono digital production printing, including the AccurioPress C6100, the AccurioPress C3080/3070, and the AccurioPress C83hc and Monochrome machine Accurio Pro 1100. Combining high-speed color print production with integrated finishing capabilities, the machines are designed to enable superlative print quality with high consistency and unmatched speed. The C6100 can deliver a maximum print output of 100 ppm (color and B&W), while the C3080/C3070 has a top print speed of 81 ppm (B&W) and 71 ppm (color).

Both AccurioPress C6100 and AccurioPress C3070/3080 are capable of handling a wide range of media, of varying thickness and length, and deliver unmatched print productivity, versatility, and usability. With the IQ-501 – an intelligent quality optimizer capable of real-time monitoring and adjustment of color and front-to-back registration – available as an optional feature, the machines minimize manual intervention for high-speed, high accuracy, and high-quality print operations.

The AccurioPress C83hc, is a unique digital printing solution for the photo industry. Using the fourth generation of Konica Minolta’s High Chroma toner, the machine enables printing businesses to customize and complete print jobs in either sRGB or CMYK format through its selectable print mode. This allows for vivid and accurate image replication on paper, with accurate reproduction of skin tones and Pantone colors enabling life-like quality prints on-demand.

Speaking at the event, Daisuke Mori, managing director of Konica Minolta Business Solutions India Pvt Ltd, said, “The preferences of its new-age consumers are evolving rapidly. The print and printing ecosystem needs to evolve in step with this changing dynamic. As a pioneer in the global digital printing space, Konica Minolta has been leveraging the latest digital technologies to enable greater productivity, profitability, and versatility for print and printing businesses across India.”

“We are delighted to showcase the differentiation that our machines and proprietary technological innovations can deliver at a leading industry forum such as Printpack India. We are eagerly looking forward to demonstrate the product capabilities and its benefits to the customers digital printing solutions will receive from attendees at the event,” Mori added.

Konica Minolta also demonstrated Accurio PRO 1100, a black & white production printer capable of delivering print speeds of up to 100 ppm (on A4) and 55 ppm (on A3). The machine’s outstanding productivity is complemented by the high print quality enabled by its LED print head, which is capable of producing prints with a resolution of 1,200 X 1,2000 dpi. Armed with intelligent paper catalog, mixplex/mixmedia functionality, modular paper feeding, and versatile finishing options, the Accurio PRO 1100 is the ideal entry product to digital black & white printing.

The company is also conducting a demonstration of the MGI JETvarnish 3DS with i-FOIL for digital and commercial print and printing businesses looking to scale up their print operations, enhance productivity, and maximize profitability by catering to new-age print jobs. An innovative digital spot UV coating & foil solution which utilizes MGI’s patented inkjet and hot foil stamping technology, MGI JETvarnish 3DS can provide digital spot UV coating in plain 2D and 3D (with thickness of up to 200 microns) and embossed foil textured effects in one pass.

The MGI machine is capable of 100% data variable spot UV coating and can add value to prints with varnish and i-FOIL, thus creating visually-stunning, custom spot varnished prints with unique graphics, text, and numeric data. It additionally comes equipped with an artificial image scanner to help register the print for spot UV and digital foil automatically.

As part of its latest showcase, Konica Minolta is hosting a demonstration for B2 print samples made on the AccurioJet KM-1. Coming equipped with Konica Minolta’s proprietary cutting-edge inkjet print head, UV ink, and half-tone processing capabilities, the state-of-the-art UV inkjet Press can deliver a wider and deeper color gamut and outstanding color stability along with superlative productivity.

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