Pune’s Vision Graphics installs Accurio Press C3070P

Pune-based Vision Graphics has recently installed a Konica Minolta Accurio Press C3070P. Traditionally an offset player, this is Vision’s first foray into digital printing. The machine was installed on the shopfloor on 28 November 2018.

02 Jan 2019 | By Dibyajyoti Sarma

Atul Wadkar of Vision Graphics with the new machine

“The Konica Minolta team gave us a demo at the time of the installation so that we could understand its working mechanism perfectly. The machine has been giving us great performance and we are really satisfied,” Atul Wadkar of Vision Graphics said.

Wadkar said the reason behind choosing the Konica Minolta machine was speed, quality and performance it offers. “The combination of these three qualities makes it stand out from other such machines and gives us an edge,” he said.

Beside the new installation, Vision has six different machines to offer a range of solutions in offset printing. These include three Shinara machines, one 4-colour and two two-colour; one four-colour Ryobi; one Horizon perfect binding machine; one folding machine by Shoi and one CTP machine by Phyusi.

Wadkar said the company decided to go for the Accurio Press C3070P to add a digital component to its offset prowess. “Our customers are delighted with the high-quality and on-time delivery of their work that is made possible with Konica Minolta,” he added.

Vision Graphics offers printing services to many schools, colleges, organisations, co-operative banks and other leading businesses across the city. Apart from this, it also sees many walk-in customers.

On an average, the company prints 1 to 1.5 lakh sheets every day. Wadkar said, following the installation of the Konica Minolta machine, the company’s productivity will increase.

“High-end products, immediate service and appropriate rates are the pillars of success for any business. With the adaptation of the Konica Minolta solutions, we now have a solid edge in terms of quality of products that we are being able to provide to our customers,” Wadkar said.

Wadkar started Vision Graphics as a screen printing firm in 2006. Over the years, it has adopted new technologies to stay relevant with market dynamics.