Konica Minolta’s IQ 501 gives printers the power to put quality control on autopilot. This can save a lot of time and free up employees to focus on the bigger picture, reducing the amount of time they need to spend keeping an eye on printing applications.
Pages are scanned and compared with a reference print. It detects any abnormalities like stains, soiling, missing pages and images, or documents printing in the wrong order. IQ 501 delivers real-time corrections and continuously adjusts print runs to keep quality high. It is powerful enough to do all of this at speed. Druckpress, a full-service media company based in Germany, was able to triple its digital print volume within three months of implementing an IQ 501 printing system.
IQ 501 uses data to remove the need for employees to perform ongoing analysis. In addition, it’s also good for the environment because it helps avoid the risk of misprints, and this can significantly reduce wastage.
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