Konica Minolta add a new printer to its award-winning bizhub family Nov 05, 2011 15:21 by Chris Rails
A new addition has been released for the award-winning Konica Minolta family of bizhub printer ink devices.
The firm has launched its new PRO C6000L full colour printing system designed to provide cost-effective performance to corporate and light production environments.
According to Konica Minolta, the latest machine can produce fast output speeds of up to 60 pages per minute for both colour and monochrome documents.
Furthermore, the PRO C6000L can print around 280,000 sheets during a monthly duty cycle and has a 1200dpi resolution.
Kevin Kern, vice-president in marketing at Konica Minolta, said: “With the introduction of the bizhub PRO C6000L, Konica Minolta delivers eye-catching digital colour and increased output functionality while maximizing profitable revenue opportunities for end-users.
“Our newest production print system addresses the rising needs to expand capabilities without increasing overall spending so print professionals can continue to count on Konica Minolta for all their production printing requirements,” he added.
It was noted that the Konica Minolta IC-601 Internal Print Controller has been custom-made to be a perfect fit for the PRO C6000L to help manage production needs in a variety of high-demand environments.
The latest printer ink product also takes advantage of exclusive Simitri HD colour polymerised toner cartridges, an organic resource which reduces the environmental impact compared to traditional toner.
Konica Minolta recently stated that printer ink customers such as graphic arts companies and advertisers may like the company’s bizhub C70hc printer.
According to the firm, its device uses High Chroma toner to recreate the colour palate of an RGB monitor.
Jonathan Wilson, market development manager for Konica Mionolta, said: “Our new High Chroma technology can produce high-impact quality colour work, for example point of sale materials, in short runs on demand.
“For the graphics design market this means that what you see on your screen is what you get in print.”