Konica Minolta shares first prints from their B2 Inkjet production printer KM-1

KM1 print samples Jim HamiltonKonica Minolta introduced their B2 at Drupa 2012. The 50x70cm inkjet production printer can do 3,300 single sided or 1,650 double sided prints per hour with UV ink and LED curing on a vast variety of media from paper to plastics to synthetics.

Konica Minolta has now shared prints and announced that a number of beta tests are running. The KM-1 should be finished in time for drupa 2016. Watch the review by Infotrend´s Jim Hamilton on our videos page.


 

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