Konica Minolta to showcase its digital prowess at Pamex 2017

Konica Minolta is all set to showcase its array of digital printing presses during Pamex 2017, to be held at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, from 18 to 21 December 2017.

01 Dec 2017 | By Dibyajyoti Sarma

Of the products to be highlighted at the Konica Minolta stall during the show, the company’s latest Accurio Press Series will take the centre stage.

The Accurio Press Series C6100 is a comprehensive and fully modular line of digital printing technologies and solutions, digital press suites, software and cloud-based tool for integrating, managing and executing a seamless production colour workflow. The Accurio Press series supports business growth by expanding its printing services, automating efficiency, raising output quality and lowering costs.

The Accurio Press C2060 offers trendsetting features and technology, including a high speed dual scanning at speeds up to 240ipm for hardcopy originals; 1200 1200dpi resolution with eight-bit processing for smoother, more realistic images.

The company will also highlight its Bizhub Press Series c71HC and Pro 1100.

The third generation machine Bizhub Press C71hc packs in immense benefits over its predecessor. This model incorporates advanced colour reproduction capabilities of the manufacturer’s proprietary high-chroma toner that produces enhanced printing outputs. The Bizhub Press C71hc also comes with an optional banner tray to support the printing on media up to 13×47-inches.

The Bizhub Pro 1100 delivers real value to any print production environment – with high-speed 100ppm B&W output, high paper and toner capacity, standard built-in print controller and compact footprint to save space on your production floor.

Beside these, during Pamex 2017, Konica Minolta will also bring its other key products like MGI Jet Varnish 3DS and KIP 770.

The MGI Jet Varnish 3DS is a revolutionary piece of technology which disrupts the dimensions of printing with its astounding spot UV and 3D tactile varnishing capabilities. The machine can transform a standard printed output into a high quality spot UV printed sheet or further into a high margin 3D embossed output with a varnish of up-to 100 microns, making the colours look more vibrant.

The KIP 770, on the other hand, is a monochrome printer offering full-colour wide-format scanning of documents with fast throughput, high resolution and touchscreen convenience, accepts input from mobile sources and USB drives, handles multiple page sizes and paper rolls — all in compact design, with next-to-wall installation and innovative top stacking system.