Konica Minolta unveils AccurioPrint 2100 Monochrome Digital Press

Konica Minolta AccurioPrint 2100

Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. (Ramsey, NJ), a leader in industrial and commercial printing and packaging solutions, has launched its AccurioPrint 2100, a new monochrome high-speed 100 ppm digital press that’s ideal for a central in-house printing facility, a print-for-pay, or an office environment with high-volume printing needs. “Built with advanced technology and designed to help increase customer profitability with enhanced productivity and smooth, streamlined workflows, the AccurioPrint 2100 provides sturdy construction, high performance and smart inline finishing options,” said the OEM.

The AccurioPrint 2100 runs at 100 letter-size pages per minute and can produce a monthly peak volume of up to 2.25 million letter-size pages per month. It supports various media types, from 40 gsm to up to 350 gsm and up to 300g/m2 duplex. The optional Intelligent Media Sensor (IM-101) supports media detection, a function to automatically detect the type and basis weight of paper.

Other features of the AccurioPrint 2100 include a common user interface with colour machines, enhanced office connectivity functions and a high-speed dual colour scanner. Konica Minolta’s own advanced second-generation colour processing technology – Screen-enhancing Activity Digital Process (SEAD) – combines an array of technical innovations to provide exceptional image quality at top speeds, plus automatic front-to-back registration adjustment. All the technologies of the environmentally friendly AccurioPrint 2100 are designed to help customers streamline production to help eliminate input time and reduce errors.

The AccurioPrint 2100 also offers stacking capabilities of up to 4,200 sheets and a variety of finishing options ­– including two-point corner stapling of up to 100 sheets, booklet-making up to 80 pages, tri-folding and 2-hole and 3-hole punching. Other finishing options include wire-bound books and different die sets for punching, creasing and perforation.

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