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Konica Minolta, MGI Aim to Boost Customer Revenue, Attract New Clients With Debut of New and Compelling 3D Tactile Varnish Finish Technology

Ramsey, NJ – June 15, 2015 – MGI Digital Graphic Technology and Konica Minolta, one of the world’s leaders in information management focused on enterprise content, technology optimization and cloud services, announce the introduction of the JETVarnish 3DS. 575 more words

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Catching up with Konica Minolta and its 3D-Printing Initiative

Last year, Konica Minolta Business Solutions (KMBS) U.S.A. made big news with an announcement that it would be the first to sell 3D printers – sourced from 3D-printer maker… 736 more words

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This Week in Imaging: Overcoming Declining Print Volumes

We’ve discussed the gradual decline of office printing and copying in the past and one thing that keeps becoming apparent for those who market office print-and-copy is the importance of diversity. 352 more words

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How to Remove a Paper Jam on Your Konica Minolta Bizhub

Just reading the word “paper jam” might make you shudder if you’ve worked in an office for any amount of time. If your office is equipped with a Konica Minolta Bizhub, you already know how reliable it is. 390 more words

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Konica Minolta: Beware Suspicious eMail Messages Sent from Konica Minolta MFPs

Konica Minolta Business Solutions of Tokyo, Japan,  is warning customers to beware of certain email messages that appear to come from their Konica Minolta MFP via the MFP’s scan-to-email function. 111 more words

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Three New Fiery Digital Front Ends for Konica Minolta Production Printers

Electronics for Imaging (EFI) and Konica Minolta Business Solutions (KMBS) U.S.A. have launched three upgraded digital front ends (DFEs) for the Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C1060, C1070, C71hc, C1085, and C1100 family of digital presses. 520 more words

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Konica Minolta Partners with STEAMtrax for 3D-Printing Curriculum

Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. reports that it’s partnered with STEAMtrax, which markets what it calls the first and only 3D printing STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) curriculum available that integrates engineering and 3D-printing technology with science, math, language arts, social studies, and art. 390 more words

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