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New Canon imagePROGRAFs

October 11, 2010
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New Canon imagePROGRAFs

Canon Canada introduced two new large-format printers to its imagePROGRAF line. Scheduled for a late-October release, the inkjet-based imagePROGRAF iPF605 and iPF815, both in 5-colour configurations, are designed for technical-document markets like Geographical Information System (GIS); Computer-Aided Design (CAD); Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC); and Reprographics.
 
According to the company, both 1,200-dpi models can produce two full-density D/A1-sized (23.4 inches x 33.1 inches, or 59.4 centimetres x 84.1 centimetres) colour plots in less than one minute, along with being capable of producing 120 D/A1-sized plots per hour.

The new printers can also be paired with an optional in-line 44-inch (111.8-centimetre), 300-sheet paper stacker. The imagePROGRAF iPF825 comes equipped with two media rolls supporting multiple media types, while the imagePROGRAF iPF815 includes one roll unit.
 
As a new addition to the imagePROGRAF iPF825 and iPF815 printers, Canon's Accounting Manager cost-tracking software generates data in sections like job logs and printing costs, while also holding a built-in Economy Print Mode.


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