MGI Jetvarnish 3D Evolution acquired by Konica Minolta

by FESPA Staff | 19/10/2017
MGI Jetvarnish 3D Evolution acquired by Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta has added the new MGI Jetvarnish 3D Evolution to its industrial printing product portfolio.

The JETvarnish 3D Evolution, developed and manufactured by Konica Minolta’s strategic partner MGI, is available in three sizes from B2 to B1. It delivers high volume productivity with up to 4,065 B2 size sheets per hour, offers remarkable registration and the ability to create brilliant and highly profitable 2D and 3D effects with up to 200 micron in a single pass.

It applies spot UV coating as a top layer to make prints more vivid, tactile and exclusive. The varnish adds a creative touch to a wide range of applications, including luxury packaging, book covers, business cards or greeting cards, brochures, flyers, posters, magazines, photo books, and many more. 

With the JETvarnish 3D Evolution it is easy to spot coat digital and offset prints, highlight defined areas, or add tactile 3D effects – all of which create attractive print products that are more vivid and tactile. When combined with inline hot foiling module additional glamorous effects are possible.

“The JV3D Evolution is the ideal digital solution for digital and offset print providers, turns printed jobs into remarkable and appealing print products that will immediately catch the at­tention of the end customer and provides an added value to the print product,” commented Konica Minolta general manager Charles Lissenburg.

German print provider druckpartner Druck & Medienhaus is the first operation to invest in the high-end B1 spot UV varnishing and foiling device.

It chose Konica Minolta’s JV3D Evolution to add value to existing print jobs and differentiate its services. And just six months after its installation at the druckpartner premises, the long-time Konica Minolta customer was able to seize new business opportunities and increase its services and offerings.

"Customers are particularly happy to be provided with truly new printing and embellishment options," the company commented.

By simplifying the production process, introducing the new JV3D Evolution has also led to significantly faster production speeds. Being able to produce in-house is particularly time saving, as intermediate logistics with external printers become unnecessary.

The same goes for technical coordination with another supplier: Projects can be managed and handled on site, written briefings or even print dummies for third parties become obsolete. The accounting department is benefiting as well, as it is relieved of having to negotiate the necessary supplier contracts or manage invoices.

Employing MGI’s inkjet engine technology with drop-on-demand inkjet, "enhanced" UV protection allows the Evolution machine to consume less energy than traditional UV systems and it has eliminated several plastics to reduce consumables.

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