Canon launches updated imagePress

Canon is bringing its latest imagePress to market, the C850 Series, pitching it to small commercial printers and in-plants operating in the light to mid-volume production colour space.

The company says the latest iteration in the series helps printers achieve amazing results, with a compact footprint, and will be available later in 2019.

Three models are available, the imagePress C910, C810 and C710, offering 90ppm, 80ppm, and 70ppm respectively.

The imagePress C910 colour digital press features embedded colour controls, which Canon says allows operators from entry-level to the most experienced to produce brilliant output on a wide range of media, while also shortening turnaround times for both simple and complex jobs.

Ted Matsumoto, general manager, Product and Planning, Canon Business Australia, explains, "Canon has used its expertise in imaging, colour science and workflow to build a digital press that improves on the original workhorse, the imagePRESS C850. With the new imagePress C910 Series, we now support long banner sheet printing up to 1300mm in width, enhanced colour and image quality and the ability to print on media up to 350GSM."

The updated series includes a new finishing options: double punching on tabloid size sheets and a new inline booklet maker.

Reflecting the changing needs of the industry for communication between different vendors, it offers an open Document Finishing Device (DFD) adapter and bridge interface that allows for third party finishing to connect to the Canon Staple/Booklet Finisher-W1 for corner stapling and advanced in-line finishing on the imagePress C910/C810 devices.

Users have the option of selecting the imagePress Server H350 or imagePress Server G250, built on the EFI Fiery FS350 platform. 

Driving the press, the new series offers a choice of Digital Front Ends: Canon's Prismasync Print Server Version 7 and the EFI Fiery powered imagePress Servers.

Users have the option of selecting the imagePress Server H350 or imagePress Server G250, built on the EFI Fiery FS350 platform.

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