The 2004-founded company focuses mainly on tag printing, textile industry-related jobs and also handles all types of commercial printing.
“When we began operations we took up school question paper printing for several years before we took the complete plunge into the commercial print market. The C6000 was our first Konica Minolta press in 2012 and now the 6085,” said Mohamed Aneeesh of Rabiya Graphics.
“The ability to print on a range of media including non-tearable, textured and PVC sheets was definitely one of the standout features. Added to engine prowess, the Intelligent Quality Optimiser tool will ensure colour consistency and accurate registration- a common issue faced in other digital presses,” he explained.
The C6085 is said to have 400 47-inch banner printing capability and automated closed-loop colour and image quality controls, with the new IQ-501 ‘Intelligent Quality Optimizer’. The press can print at a speed of 85 ppm.
“The press has won us several textile jobs especially because of its Pantone capabilities and we are sure this will only keep improving,” said Aneeesh.
“The prompt after-sale support and service are one of the main reason we went back to KM despite looking at other competitors,” he concluded.