Konica Minolta launches AccurioPress 6272P press

Konica Minolta has unveiled the AccurioPress 6272P press to help customers rethink monochrome print possibilities. Commercial printers, print-for-pay services, and central in-house printing facilities are all major target markets for the fully configured digital production press.

Dual-engine technology where over 15,000 images an hour can be printed in one integrated production process is at the heart of Konica Minolta’s newly launched machine. The tandem engine AccurioPress 6272P is the further development of the AccurioPress 6136p, where two engines are connected via the tandem relay unit TD-502 to double the benefits and sustain today’s high-volume monochrome printing environment.

Malcolm Smith, Category Manager of Production & Industrial Print, Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd said, “many years of knowledge and global expertise are combined in the TD-502 tandem relay unit to ensure that this system fulfils customer demands in high-volume printing environments. The Konica Minolta AccurioPress 6272P will provide another key pillar in our growing production press portfolio for our customers to maximise and ignite the print opportunities that are everywhere.

“This launch is also another example of how we are supporting the digital transformation of our clients’ companies by sector and industry, through advanced automation, fewer human touchpoints and higher productivity with tangible effects leading to increased, high-quality output with less waste.”

The newly developed pass-through mode secures the production in the rare case of a machine error and the optional Intelligent Quality Care Unit IQ-501 maintains consistent and stable quality without complexity. The standard paper cooling system enables all output to be processed immediately offline after printing. With the TD-502, customers can also upgrade their existing AccurioPress 6136P and enhance productivity doubling it to that of the AccurioPress 6272P.

Company Details

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd

UNITED KINGDOM

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