Konica Minolta Europe’s presence at Hunkeler Innovationdays will provide another important platform to showcase latest developments in digital printing technology in hall 1, booth B5 at Messe Lucerne, Switzerland, from 25 to 28 February 2019.
The creativity and power of digitally enhanced print, as well as live-running systems, will also be a key part of Konica Minolta’s customer-centric approach over four days at the exhibition that focuses on high-performance technology in digital printing and finishing from major suppliers across the globe.
On the stand will be the highly successful AccurioLabel 190 digital label press that, in Europe, was developed and manufactured in cooperation with Danish company Grafisk Maskinfabrik (GM). This all-in-one digital toner press with integrated web guiding system, quality control area with viewing lights and possibility to connect to in-line finishing equipment now has over 250 installations across the globe since Konica Minolta entered the label market in the autumn of 2015.
Another highlight will be live demonstrations of the fourth generation AccurioPress C83hc cut-sheet print engine using Konica Minolta’s high chroma toner, which produces photo quality printing with high colour saturation and sharper colour reproduction. This includes the Integrated Colour Control unit IQ-501 which maximises production time through features such as automatic front-to-back registration and automatic creation of printer profiles.
Konica Minolta Europe’s Head of Market Development Mark Hinder will show latest print samples from the AccurioJet KM-1 B2+ UV inkjet digital cut-sheet press. This incorporates a new UV ink, high-performance inkjet heads and system processing technologies together with unique Dot Freeze Technology™. Known as DFT, it has overcome one of the fundamental challenges of inkjet printing – uncontrolled ink dot movement that reduces print quality and workable materials.
Konica Minolta’s print embellishment offerings will also be showcased on the booth, in addition to customer success stories. Impressive print samples with tactile and shining effects from machines such as the MGI JETVARNISH 3DS will be on display to the audience.
More information about the event can be found here: https://www.innovationdays.com/en/. Entrance to the show is free of charge for visitors when registering online.