Konica Minolta India launches the AccurioLabel 190

A new state-of-the-art industrial printing solution


Konica Minolta Business Solutions has announced the launch of its latest innovative offering, the AccurioLabel 190. A full-color label printing solution, the AccurioLabel 190 delivers outstanding high-quality images with easy operability. It makes the label press a perfect fit for businesses looking to expand their range of market-focused printing solutions; or enhance the performance of their existing analog machines.

The AccurioLabel 190 achieves superlative image quality and productivity through a high-precision printing resolution of 1200 dpi. This, combined with the reproductive capability of a digital toner HDE, allows small characters and fine lines to be printed clearly, offering a superior output of color images in rich gradations. The AccurioLabel 190 processes both color and monochrome at a resolution of 1200 dpi x 8 bit with 256 gradations expressed in 1 pixel. The printer comes furnished with an even more evolved ‘S.E.A.D.’ – Konica Minolta’s unique proprietary image processing technology – which ensures a high-precision image processing and formation process for industrial printing requirements.

The cutting-edge solution from Konica Minolta also boasts of the highest level of speed and the most stable printing performance in its class, delivering per-minute speeds of 18.9 m, 13.5 m, and 9.45 m to match various paper types. Its fast start-up after switching on the power reduces the setup time, thereby enhancing output productivity. By eliminating the need for print plates used by analog label printing machines, the AccurioLabel 190 also makes high-mix jobs such as printing information – including items and control numbers on chemical product labels – much more efficient.

Konica Minolta AccurioLabel 190 offers the advantages of compact size compared not only to analog printers, but also other digital printers of the same standard. The space-economical design eliminates concerns regarding the place of installation, thus making it possible to increase work space and maximize productivity. Moreover, time-consuming tasks such as color adjustments can be performed with greater ease on the AccurioLabel 190 to deliver stable and precise output from the very beginning, and to minimize paper wastage caused by trial printing. The ability to perform operations simply by following on-screen instructions also makes it possible to operate the machine with basic training.

The AccurioLabel 190 is compatible with a wide range of media including not only ordinary and matte paper, but also glossy paper, tack paper, and film essential for label production. Users can select the ideal media to match applications and print labels without the need for pre-processing. The three-dimensional hybrid structure of the label printer incorporates functional polymers to provide high contouring performance for all types of media, enabling the realization of ideal natural textures. Konica Minolta’s low-temperature ­ fixation technology also enables major reductions in power consumption.

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