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ICON installs AccurioJet KM-1

March 2, 2018  By PrintAction

Business partners Juan Lau and Peter Evans in the Markham company's lobby adorned with new branding for ICON's Visual, Media and Print divisions. ICON has since added a Motion division for film production within its All Things Visual strategy.

ICON of Markham, Ontario, has installed a Konica Minolta AccurioJet KM-1 UV inkjet press. Founded in 1995, ICON now holds four divisions, including ICON Visual, Media, Motion and Print, specializing in large format and display graphics, digital signage, film production and commercial printing, respectively. (The company was featured in PrintAction’s February 2017 issue, All things visual, inside ICON Digital.)

“The 23 x 29-inch sheet size, speed and quality output of Konica Minolta’s [AccurioJet KM-1] technology is a perfect marriage that combines desirable traditional press attributes, with the power of digital creativity and the ability to print on the widest range of substrates,” said Juan Lau, President, ICON. “We see the KM-1 as game-changer in the digital-marketing and variable-print arenas; and as a company constantly striving to be different, we feel this system will really set us apart in the marketplace.”

The AccurioJet KM-1’s 23 x 29.5-inch sheet size allows for 6-up, full-bleed letter-size printing at 3,000 pages per hour (18,000 letters per hour). The press, explains Konica Minolta, prints on traditional offset stocks, as well as textured, synthetic and canvas medias. It is capably of handling materials like 17-lb vellum and 24-point weights, without any substrate pre-coating. The press also features automatic perfecting/duplexing up to 18 point.


ICON generated sales of approximately $37 million in 2016 with offices in Toronto, Montreal and NYC. The company’s primary markets include fragrance, cosmetics, retail, sports apparel, lifestyle and luxury CPG companies, corporate and event marketing, auto dealerships, financial institutions, hospitality, transportation, health care, property development, and digital out-of-home advertising and promotion.

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