Canon Canada has commercially released what the company refers to as its “next generation” of toner-based presses. After first introducing the imagePRESS back in 2007, the company’s new toner-press line holds three models, including the imagePRESS C7010VP, C6010VP and C6010.
The presses employ new sensor technology for better humidity control, as well as an enhanced airflow unit and toner-density stabilization. Canon’s oil-free V Toner used by the presses is now comprised of smaller-sized particles at 5.5 microns.
“Canon has invested three years of product research and development, incorporating significant customer input and feedback to improve the platform and deliver greater performance across a range of categories,” said Ian Macfarlane, Senior VP, Sales & Service Operations at Canon Canada.
The imagePRESS C7010VP and C6010VP presses are equipped to handle an expanded range of media, from 16-lb bond to 120-lb cover weight, while reaching print speeds of up to 70 letter-sized pages per minute (ppm) and 60 ppm, respectively. The new models can also integrate a new saddle-finisher accessory for the stitching of up to 25 sheets of 13 x 19.2-inch paper.
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