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Canon U.S.A. introduces new automation options for ImagePress C10010VP


June 9, 2021
By PrintAction Staff

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Canon U.S.A., Inc., launches two new advanced automation modules—sensing and inspection as well as new optional cooling units—for the ImagePress C10010VP Series of digital colour presses. The new automation modules are designed to enhance productivity, versatility and image quality.

The sensing module will monitor and adjust front-to-back registration and colour tone before and during production. This module helps eliminate manual involvement by measuring and adjusting prints on the fly. This elevated level of automation helps saves time and effort on routine, but necessary adjustments.

The inspection unit delivers significant automation through its ability to monitor prints for issues and identify unwanted artifacts. Through this module, operators can also have the flexibility to have affected sheets diverted to an escape tray and automatically reprint pages for high-quality output without requiring operator involvement during production.

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A mandatory module when connecting the inspection or sensing units, the cooling unit removes the residual heat from a sheet, which helps to maintain a stable internal environment. By rapidly cooling the sheet, the media integrity is further preserved, helping to maintain image quality, minimize paper curl, as well as helping to prevent jamming in inline and offline finishing solutions.

“At Canon U.S.A., we are committed to innovation and advancing our solutions to meet our customers’ needs, and these new enhancements developed for the ImagePress C10010VP Series further showcase our dedication to helping users meet the highest standards of quality and printing,” said Shinichi Yoshida, executive vice-president, Canon U.S.A., Inc.