Vijay Kamat, product manager of Konica Minolta, said, “At the show, we are promoting special jobs created using MGI technology to the print buyers who are visiting this exhibition. All the effects UV, 2D, 3D, digital foiling, variable data printing and variable digital foiling produced by the MGI customers across India have been displayed at our booth.”
KM representatives at the booth will be collecting the information of the interested visitor and inform the MGI customers belonging to the region of visitors.
MGI Jetvarnish 3DS which was introduced in the Indian market in the year 2016 has completed over 13 installations. The machine is capable of performing digital spot UV coating on page sizes varying from A4 to 36.4x104cm and has a maximum print speed of 2298 A3 pages/ hour.
KM has recently installed MGI Jetvarnish 3DS at Printology in New Delhi, Satyam Printers in Ahmadabad, Vipul Printers and Gandhi Cards in Nagpur. Kamat said, “Few more installations are in the pipeline which will be installed in the coming months.”
“In the coming years, Konica Minolta’s is focused on targeting the industrial printing applications. We will be trying to compliment the traditional printing technology such as offset and flexo converters by bringing in the digital technology, adding value to the end product,” added Kamat.
In May 2018, Konica Minolta will be inaugurating its first-ever KM 1 installation in India. “We will be targeting the commercial and packaging segment for this machine.”
Jetvarnish 3DS samples