Konica Minolta to Launch its AccurioJet 60000 High Speed UV Inkjet Press at Drupa 2024

Konica Minolta to Launch its AccurioJet 60000 High Speed UV Inkjet Press at Drupa 2024

Brand owners who order printed materials are becoming increasingly individualized and short-cycled in their marketing methods. As the number of private and local brands increases, demand for small-lot printing is expanding. Prioritising automation and maximising throughput, Konica Minolta is set to launch the AccurioJet 60000 High Speed UV Inkjet Press at Drupa 2024.  

A marvel of engineering, it sets new standards in quality and usability, with a speed of printing up to 6000sph in simplex and 3000sph in duplex. Additionally, intricate designs and vibrant colours fly off the press at breakneck speed with the AccurioJet 60000. The innovative HS-UV ink delivers true colours, with the option to be automated, replicating the gloss and vibrancy of offset printing in a single pass.  

But the AccurioJet is just the first act. Alongside the star attraction, Konica Minolta will showcase AlphaJET, signaling a future powered by automation where Artificial intelligence takes the wheel. An integrated printing and finishing line developed in collaboration with MGI Digital Technology, AlphaJET streamlines the entire packaging printing process, from initial printing to embellishments like spot varnish and foil stamping, all in one automated system. This significantly reduces turnaround times, minimizes waste, and creates a cleaner work environment.

Konica Minolta understands the challenges printers face beyond the press itself. Automated colour management and inspection tools like the IQ-501, which leverages Konica Minolta's proprietary sensing technology to ensure consistent quality and reduce labour costs. Additionally, FORXAI, a unique imaging IoT platform, that visualizes the operational status of printers, robots, and automated paper delivery systems helps to minimize downtime and improve safety within printing facilities.

Drawing on its heritage in cameras and film, Konica Minolta manufactures heads used in its own printers and supplies them to a wide range of industrial printer manufacturers. Looking ahead, Konica Minolta plans to leverage its Inkjet printing technology for industrial applications beyond traditional printing on paper and cardboard. These printing innovations are in line with Industry 5.0 principles to unveil a future where sustainability is second to none.  

As industry veterans and newcomers alike converge at Drupa 2024, Konica Minolta's vision is to create printing presses, that hum with the power of automation, guided by AI while remaining environmentally responsible. With the goal to prioritise business needs, Konica Minolta believes in pioneering solutions that converge speed, efficiency, and adaptation in a dynamic market. With these intentions, Konica Minolta views Drupa 2024 as a springboard for a future where cutting-edge printing thrives alongside automation, sustainability, and unparalleled quality. The future of print is here, and it's anything but ordinary. 

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