Konica Minolta's Advanced SheetFeeder Fosters Long-run Productivity
FREMONT, CA: Konica Minolta has recently launched Tecnau SheetFeeder KM 2250, which is capable of cutting sheets from a large 50" diameter roll and feed them to the bizhub PRESS Monochrome Digital Production Printer. The SheetFeeder has the ability to work up to 14 hours uninterrupted time.
The SheetFeeder KM 2250 includes a quickly changeable unwinder and precision cutter and sits next to the input side of the printer. It also improvises the performance of the bizhub PRESS and delivers long-run productivity, lowers paper costs, handles multiple job specifications, and fosters eco-friendly reliability.
On the basis of printer’s weight range of 40 to 350 gsm, the SheetFeeder KM 2250 creates form sizes that the printer can handle up to a large 13x19.2" sheet.
Additionally, the Tecnau SheetFeeder KM 2250 is compatible with bizhub PRESS 2250P, bizhub PRESS 1250/1250P, and bizhub PRESS 1052 monochrome bizhub PRESS models.
"The Tecnau SheetFeeder KM 2250 offers customers the best solution to meet their needs making this a great addition—users print more in less time while lowering paper and labor costs," said Kevin Kern, senior vice president, Business Intelligence Solutions. "Users may switch between 8.5 x 11" and 11 x 17" applications without changing rolls delivering maximum performance and image quality."
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