Konica Minolta rolls out high performance C2070 and C2060
Posted on Thursday, 18 May 2017. Posted in Digital Print
Konica Minolta unveiled its new Accurio Press series, setting new standards for superior value combining digital print quality that rivals offset prints with advanced workflow and color management. It also helps increase customer profitability by creating smooth and streamlined workflows to expand the print services.
The new series comprises Accurio Press C2070 and C2060, and replaces the bizhub PRESS C1070, C1060 high-end printing devices. Accurio Press combines the quality and performance of previous models with additional features to adapt to customer requirements and also helps in optimizing the processes and workflows in order to streamline customer print production.
The company’s new Accurio series is armed with industry-leading technology and offers a blend of cost efficiency and high quality print output to help businesses maximize their profits. The series also comes packed with a host of modular tools including software and cloud-based tools for integration, digital press suites, managing workflow, etc.
The Accurio Press Series is capable of excellent color reproduction, meeting standards such as G7 and Gracol. The high-speed press series can furnish banner prints suitable for book jackets, tri-fold brochures, posters and more while fetching completely finished perfect bound books. The press is also capable of quick envelope printing with a host of layouts.
“Our new Accurio Press Series is a complete modular line-up of industrial digital printing solutions to help printing businesses achieve unprecedented efficiency and productivity, reduce labor-related expenses and tap new unexplored markets. We will continue to expand our series with new models to strengthen our commitment of offering world-class printing solutions to businesses. Konica Minolta shall also be launching their solutions under the brand name Accurio Pro to facilitate job management and color management in the near future,” said Daisuke Mori, managing director, Konica Minolta India.