Primarily aimed at technical markets – particularly the Geographical Information System (GIS), Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) sectors – Canon says the machines are “designed to simplify large format printing”, with on-board support for HP-GL/2 and HP-RTL files a central feature of the range.
“The launch of these printers raises the number of Canon machines in the CAD and GIS arena to seven and indicates our on-going push to increase market share in the A1 and A0 technical sectors,” said Jeremy Plint, marketing manager of Office Imaging Products at Canon.
“By offering versatile, compact models which maintain our impressive image quality, we’re giving users access to technology that enables them to take their technical outputs to the highest possible standard.”
The iPF650 and iPF655 machines can print an A1 image in 30 seconds, whilst the iPF750 and iPF755 (pictured) printers can output an A0 sheet in 48 seconds.
Canon is also touting the green credentials of the range, with each printer requiring only 140 watts of power during use, earning the range the Australian Government’s Energy Star rating.
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