Canon debuts Océ Arizona 1300 series
March 26, 2019 By PrintAction Staff
Canon Canada in March introduced the Océ Arizona 1300 series of high-productivity mid-volume UV true flatbed printers, delivering prints up to 568 square feet per hour and high-density prints up to 380 square feet per hour.
Customers can choose from three GT models (Océ Arizona 1340 GT, 1360 GT, 1380 GT) with a flatbed print area of 49.2 inches x 98.4 inches, or three larger 121.3 inches x 98.4 inches XT models (Océ Arizona 1340 XT, 1360 XT, 1380 XT). The series can print on a range of media, including odd-shaped, heavy, smooth or pre-cut media and unusual objects such as canvas, glass or wood.
With the built-in Automated Maintenance System (AMS) for hands-free printhead maintenance, nozzle function for all colours can be selectively restored in seconds, the company says. Meanwhile the integrated Océ Arizona Xpert self-learning technology allows the printer to learn from what the operator does, making it easier to reproduce complex, multi-layered projects, according to Canon. The printer will learn the “recipe” for the project, including transparencies and multi-sided printing, which can then be used over and over again, it explains. Additionally, customers who also purchase the Océ Touchstone software can create textured prints, both transparent and opaque.
For customers with an evolving business or application range, the Océ Arizona 1300 series can be upgraded by adding additional ink channels (up to a maximum of eight); the Roll Media Option; or a Static Suppression Upgrade Kit that provides active suppression of static electricity when printing on hard plastic materials such as acrylic, polycarbonate and styrene. Users can also choose to add light cyan and light magenta inks, bright white ink, or optically clear varnish to the ink channels.
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