Konica Minolta expands production print portfolio with AccurioPrint C750i launch

| 4. lapkr. 2020

Konica Minolta has broadened its production print portfolio with the launch of the AccurioPrint C750i that will provide full integration with cloud services.


Two versions have been announced for this successor to the AccurioPrint C759 that will cut turnaround times, minimise errors and paper waste and provide advanced job management and workflow automation. Sales start in November.


Graphic arts is the focus sector for the AccurioPrint C750i that comes with Fiery Controller to ensure accuracy in colour reproduction and offers multiple colour management functions. The AccurioPrint C750i Flux is targeted at central reprographics departments (CRD) in areas such as corporate, local authority, law, healthcare, education and membership organisations.


The AccurioPrint C750i Flux comes with makeready software AccurioPro Flux Essential. It uses Konica Minolta’s print controller that delivers powerful workflow benefits offering full compatibility with print engine on-board job control and editing.


Both versions of the AccurioPrint C750i are designed to meet all functionality of a small-scale print shop or smart factory printing, all combined into a single unit. They offer an entirely digitised workspace, providing smooth workflow and managed content services.

Updated features of the AccurioPrint C750i include single-pass document scanning capabilities with a speed of up to 280 images per minute, finishing options including a tri-fold function, enhanced security and a customisable graphical user interface in addition to the expanded software options. It prints up to 70ppm in colour (75ppm mono), has media flexibility of 52gsm to 300gsm and is offered with mixplex/mixmedia and an intelligent paper catalogue.


The machine has a large 10.1-inch control panel with excellent visibility that is easy to operate for users who are used to working with tablets and smartphones. The panel can be easily adapted to customer requirements.


The AccurioPrint C750i is durable and has a solid build. It is also equipped with an innovative media sensor to automatically detect paper type and weight to reliably apply the right settings, guaranteeing an optimized output quality and minimising the need for operator intervention. New easy-to-use Apps include copy shadow removal, the ability to make 20-page booklets, more secure printing and an ID copy card capability.