Canon USA Releases PROGRAF Large-Format Printers

The systems are ideal for technical documents, drawings, enlargements and presentations.

Canon, a provider of digital imaging solution, has launched three new large-format printer in addition to a Canon Alliance Partner Program (CAPP). The new models support many applications including technical documents, drawings, enlargements, presentations and more.

The iPF670 and iPF770 have capabilities for economy printing, auto rotation and nesting. They are also suited for the architecture, engineering and construction industries, offering high print speeds. According to Canon, the iPF770 can make an A1 print in about 25 seconds.

The iPF770 M40 is a system that can work as a complete scan-to-print, file and share solution. It can scan documents up to 2mm thicks. It also has SmartWorks MFP software and a touchscreen monitor.

“In combination with CAPP, these imagePROGRAF models offer versatile, affordable, high-quality options, suitable to meet the demands of today’s market. A valuable addition to the imagePROGRAF family, the efficient iPF670 and iPF770 printers showcase features that can help save time, reduce costs and ensure outstanding productivity,” said Junichi Yoshitake, senior vice president and general manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A. Inc. “These multifunction devices complement many uses, including computer-aided design, architecture, engineering and construction, signs and posters, as well as industries ranging from small retail to education.”

For more information, visit Canon.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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