Konica Minolta will pull back the curtains on its newest production press series, the AccurioPress C14000, during a virtual interactive presentation on July 7 which will also feature comedian Joel Ozburn.
Konica Minolta was set to launch this new series to market in March but was forced into a change of plans as coronavirus restrictions meant it was not possible to bring people together for the event.
The 45 minute virtual demonstration of the new technology will provide an overview of the product and its value proposition as well as giving attendees the opportunity to have an up-close look at the technology.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and are encourage to sign up for a sample book as well as a one on one demonstration where printers can test their own files.
Konica Minolta’s general manager production and industrial print, Sue Threlfo, says despite the circumstances two customer installations are already up and running with one of those being Sydney’s Imagination Graphics.
“The AccurioPress C14000/C12000 offers not only increased speed but also flexibility to handle an array of media from 52 gsm up to 450 gsm and can handle long sheet up to 1300 mm. It is also equipped with exclusive Konica Minolta technology including our unique inline scanner technology, the IQ-501 to ensure accurate registration and colour consistency to ensure every print is of the highest quality,” Threlfo told Sprinter, adding this results in reducing costs through labour saving technologies and less waste.
“The press is suitable for anyone needing fast turn around, colour accurate printing with the option of an array of robust finishing solutions.
“We decided to combine the launch of this press, with having a little fun online.
“The 45 minutes event featuring comedian Joel Ozborn is designed to provide a snapshot of some of the benefits this technology could bring to a printing business, with our team ready to deliver a more detailed demonstration at a later date.”
To register for the launch on Tuesday July 7 at 10.30, please click here.
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