Konica Minolta held an event at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney to launch its latest AccurioPress devices, available in both colour and monochrome.
Printers descended from around the country to attend, including bigger, established businesses and new, smaller digital players.
Sue Threlfo, general manager, Production and Industrial Print, Konica Minolta, says, “Everyone has challenges within the industry and it can certainly be tough at times. But we want to be here with our customers, and help them grow and to achieve new heights that they haven’t before. I know there are great innovators in this room. I have seen a few people who I know have made technology decisions and business decisions that set them up to have a sustainable business in the future.
“I know there are other people I have spoken to who come to events like this because they are looking for new ideas, and they are looking for vendors and people like us to help them think of those ideas.
“It is a community of passionate and entrepreneurial people.”
Within the colour range, the AccurioPress C3080 prints at a max speed of 81ppm, with the C3070 peaking at 71 ppm. Both presses have a max resolution of 1200×1200 dpi, and are available with an integrated Konica Minolta controller, or an external/internal EFI Fiery controller.
The colour series has a range of finishing options, and is able to produce booklets, including square fold and full-bleed finishing, envelopes, banner printing, tri-fold, gate fold, stapling, perfect bound, and punching/binding.
The monochrome 6126/613P/6120 models match the print resolution of their colour counterparts, 1200dpi, handle media weights up to 350gsm. The 6126 and 613P have a max output speed of 136ppm, with the 6120 maxing out at 120ppm.
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