Tecnau & Konica Minolta partner for “Spring Forward with Tecnau” live virtual event

The event on 24 June will showcase Minolta’s sheet-fed inkjet printer

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Tecnau & Konica Minolta virtual event will be streaming on 24 June, 2021
Tecnau & Konica Minolta virtual event will be streaming on 24 June, 2021

In a first-ever virtual opportunity, Tecnau and Konica Minolta will showcase leading-edge end-to-end digital printing solutions at Tecnau’s live virtual event, “Spring Forward with Tecnau,” taking place on 24 June. Registration is now open (Click Here)!

Konica Minolta will present live their latest innovations in sheet-fed inkjet printing, headlined by a demonstration of their AccurioJet KM-1 LED UV InkJet press.

Tecnau will be demonstrating the Stack 1212 cutting and stacking system

The company will demonstrate its recently introduced Stack 1212 cutting and stacking system for printed B2+ sheets. Stack 1212 is a cost-efficient solution featuring a small footprint, quick and easy job changeovers, and a capable stacker for discrete, offset stacks.

What makes this a unique, “can’t miss” event is that the company will be finishing the same AccurioJet KM-1-generated applications that Konica Minolta will be running at their demo center, providing a virtual demonstration of exactly how this work would run in a production environment.

The joint event will be live-streamed from the Tecnau Experience Center (TEC) in Italy and Konica Minolta Center. The session will last 75 minutes.

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