Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe has been presented with an award by Keypoint Intelligence and Buyers Lab International (BLI),
for its AccurioPress C6100.
In its report, BLI highlighted the new automated capabilities that come courtesy of the Integrated Colour Care Unit (ICCU), which is located directly after the engine assembly in the C6100. It includes a front and page sheet scanner and colour spectrophotometer. A key differentiator compared to other automated systems is that the ICCU can conduct automatic adjustments in real time during print runs rather than as a manual intervention process in features such as gradation, maximum density adjustments, front to back registration, media profiling and greyscale balance adjustment.
David Sweetnam, Buyers Lab’s director of research and lab services for EMEA/Asia, said: ‘Superior productivity and media handling and high quality and consistent output distinguish the Konica Minolta AccurioPress C6100 from the pack in the ever competitive and growing mid volume production colour space. Over the course of its testing, the device proved it can capably and quickly handle almost any media size and type thrown at it up to 400 g/m2.’
Charles Lissenburg, general manager of Konica Minolta Europe’s Professional Printing Division, said: ‘The BLI report stated that the AccurioPress C6100 has taken Konica Minolta’s capabilities to new territories and has set some new benchmarks. The award recognises our continuous development of world class products, software and services within our important growth markets.’