Kyocera joins cut-sheet inkjet sector
Published: 4 November 2019 | No comments yet
Kyocera has described the new printer as the 'next step in its diversification'
Kyocera has entered the cut-sheet inkjet market with the release of its first production printer, the TASKalfa Pro 15000c.
Designed to produce up to 1 million A4 print jobs per month, the TASKalfa prints at 150ppm and at a resolution of 600 x 600dpi, making it suitable for transactional, transpromo and direct mail applications. It supports paper sizes ranging from A6 to SRA3 and weights between 56 and 360gsm. There is also an optional Fiery DFE available to optimise colour and boost productivity.
‘This marks a milestone for Kyocera,’ said head of product marketing Michele Mabilia. ‘The TASKalfa Pro 15000c is the result of our decades of experience in the production print sector. We have an established pedigree in the manufacture of inkjet print technology with our printheads already being utilised across a number of direct-to-garment and existing production print platforms.
‘The impressively productive machine is ideally suited for a wide range of production print environments including central reprographic departments and transactional/trans-promotional applications.’
The printer has input space for over 14,000 sheets for extended unattended operation and also has strong environmental credentials, offering 6.3 kWh/week for Typical Electricity Consumption (TEC).