Canon Australia is launching a new line-up of large format printers, the imagePrograf TX Series and imagePrograf Pro-6000, both arriving this month.
The imagePrograf TX Series includes the imagePrograf TX-2000, TX-3000 and TX-4000, available in 24”, 36” and 44” widths respectively.
Canon says the new devices offer features that were previously only available in higher-end toner devices, making them ideal replacements for the high-end CAD market.
The imagePrograf Pro-6000 is a 12-colour high-end photo printer, and prints on a full range of photo papers, fine art papers and specialist materials, such as fabric and canvas. The company says it ensures print consistency for multiple machine users in the range as all devices use the same print head, ink type and processors.
Anjana Maikap, product marketing manager, Canon Business Services, says: “Where previously CAD drawings were printed in centres using LED plotters, today many businesses want their own inkjet printers so they can produce drawings when they need them. Our new imagePrograf TX Series provides a high performance, high-speed inkjet.
“With the introduction of our largest model the imagePrograf Pro-6000, we round out our full line of high quality Pro Series printers. The consistency in technology from 17” to 60” allows customers to have print consistency when printing from different machines.”
Michael Mashman, manager, Large Format Print, Canon Business Services, says, “With the world of print, customers’ needs are changing. Canon is pioneering in the industry to ensure we can deliver against these requirements.
“We have expanded our range of large format printers to meet the growing demands of our broad customer base, which spans from photographers and graphic artists, design and construction companies. The ability to print high quality large format images in-house means these customers have the capability to quickly create, scan and share large documents, whenever they need them.”
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