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Konica Minolta adds Accurio Print C759 to portfolio

Konica Minolta has enhanced its production print portfolio with the addition of the AccurioPrint C759 which is a successor to the bizhub PRO C754e. It is available from December 2017.
André Statkus Product Manager, Production Printing, Konica Minolta said: “The top-of-the-class scanning and output speed of this colour MFP combines good print production capabilities with high durability. It is particularly suited to schools and universities while its high input and output productivity meets the sophisticated needs of large offices and CRDs (Corporate Reprographic Departments). It is packed with features and benefits the small footprinted, easy-to-use Konica Minolta AccurioPrint C759 has a print speed of up to 65ppm in colour and 75ppm in

Grafenia launches augumented reality app for fabric displays

Nettl parent company Grafenia has launched what it says is the world’s first augmented reality (AR) app for fabric displays, BeholdAR.
The app, version 1.0, which is available on iPhones 6S, 7 and 8 and iPads, both with IOS 11.0, enables clients to visualise their designs on fabric exhibition displays in situ. It features 3D models of Nettl’s best-selling fabric displays, including curved and straight displays, deckchairs, booths and cocktail tables.
Developed by Nettl’s in-house production

PV Nano Cell gets DigiFlex

PV Nano Cell announced the closing of its acquisition of DigiFlex, a digital printer manufacturer. The all-stock transaction was valued at $10 million and represents 25% of PV Nano Cell on a fully diluted basis, post transaction.
Additionally, certain shareholders of DigiFlex and its subsidiary, JetCU P.C.B. Ltd., committed to investing $1,100,000 in PV Nano Cell, of which $500,000 has already been invested, and an additional $600,000 is expected to close by the end of 2017.
The acquisition of

Ricoh unveils two new printers

Ricoh’s new direct-to-garment (DTG) Ri 3000 and Ri 6000 printers which are ideal for commercial printers looking for ways to ‘cross-skill’ their employees with simple-to-understand processes.
The company said this ink would help its customers to achieve a more dramatic colour shift than the sparkle or glitter effect provided by other pearlescent inks. The product, a development on a previous version of two-tone pearl inks by Magna, is said to provide a much more evident colour shift, adding a

Ricoh targets industrial decor market with first flatbed

Ricoh has premiered its first wide-format UV flatbed, the Ricoh Pro T7210.
The T7210 was shown at Viscom Italy 2017 in Milan and will be available to EMEA customers from early 2018. Pricing has yet to be finalised.
Optimised for industrial decoration printing, the T7210 runs at 50sqm/hr in standard mode or 100sqm/hr in high-speed mode. It is intended for applications such as interior decoration and building materials, especially rigid and heavy materials, including glass, wood, aluminium