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Digital print solutions developer Konica Minolta is running a webinar next Wednesday on the benefits and opportunities that come with entering digital label printing.

Label printing is one of the few sectors of print to have grown during the Covid crisis, especially on-demand labels. Konica Minolta says, “The demand for label production has grown significantly and many businesses are discovering that traditional label printing methods simply can’t keep up with demand.”

Konica Minolta has the AccurioLabel 230 digital colour label press, which it says is designed for commercial printers looking to enter new markets and for existing label converters looking to expand.

Konica Minolta says printers taking part in the webinar will learn how digital label printing can help you meet demand quickly and easily, enter new markets, and attract new customers.

Digital labels: Inside the Konica Minolta AccurioLabel 230
Digital labels: Inside the Konica Minolta AccurioLabel 230

It will also look at the innovative materials that are possible to print, their material properties, and the applications they are used for.

The webinar features three key speakers: Tatjana Ferguson, product marketing manager, Konica Minolta; James Rolland, technical sales specialist, Konica Minolta; and Jordan Leona, label sales specialist at Ball & Doggett.

Click here to register for the free event, which takes place next Wednesday 5 August at 11am AEST.

The AccurioLabel 230 runs at 23.4 metres a minute in 3600 x 1200dpi resolution from 12 screen rulings, and can continuously print up to 1000 metres of labelstock.

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