The affordable and cost-effective 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 300 g/sq. m 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 color machines, enhanced office connectivity functions and a high-speed dual color scanner.
Konica Minolta’s own advanced second-generation color processing technology, Screen-enhancing Activity Digital Process (SEAD), combines an array of technical innovations to provide exceptional image quality at top speed, plus an automatic front-to-back registration adjustment. All the pioneering technologies of the environmentally friendly AccurioPrint 2100 are designed to help customers rethink possibilities and streamline production to help eliminate input time and reduce errors.
Konica Minolta’s commitment to developing market-shaping innovations with functionality to help customers’ businesses grow is also evidenced through AccurioPro, its own suite of digital software solutions for professional printing. AccurioPro includes centralized management, automated workflow processing, color management, seamless integration of different printing technologies, and full connectivity of all Konica Minolta printing systems, from input to output.
The Konica Minolta AccurioPro Print Manager is also a standard tool to help customers get the most out of their print production with fast and easy job management. It offers various functions to improve overall workflow, such as job monitoring, editing and hot folder functions.
The AccurioPrint 2100 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 two- and three-hole punching. Other finishing options include wire-bound books and different die sets for punching, creasing and perforation.
“At Konica Minolta, we are constantly rethinking print to redefine what it means for our industry tomorrow, and partnering with our clients to understand their needs and where they want to be in five, ten years’ time helps us design products that will create opportunities for long-term growth,” says Dino Pagliarello, senior VP, product management and planning, Konica Minolta. “Through advanced automation technologies, the AccurioPrint 2100 can benefit any print production environment by increasing productivity while reducing costs.”