Technology | February 28, 2007

Konica Minolta Launches ‘World’s Smallest’ Dry Film Laser Imager

Konica Minolta Medical Imaging USA Inc. launched what it calls the “world’s smallest” dry film laser printer.
The DRYPRO 832 is designed for size, performance and efficiency. With a small footprint — less than four square feet of table or floor space — the laser imager can be located virtually anywhere within a facility, at a remote clinic or used for mobile imaging services.
Despite its reduced size, the DRYPRO 832 delivers high resolution (78.6 micron) and speed (50 seconds to first print, and 90 14-inch-by-17-inch films per hour), and incorporates up to seven DICOM connections. The DRYPRO 832 can be configured with one or two trays for use with 8-by-10, 10-by-12, 11-by-14 and 14-by-17-inch film.
Konica Minolta Medical Imaging USA Inc.