Océ PlotWave 750 Improves Network, Security for CAD Users

Print and stack up to 3,900 feet of output without interruption.

Print and stack up to 3,900 feet of output without interruption.

Canon U.S.A. announced the launch of the Oce PlotWave 750 monochrome large format printing system. Based on the Oce TDS750 system, technical users can use this system to communicate faster, more economically and more effectively, the company says. Users can capture changes and submit documents for printing with their mobile device using Oce Mobile WebTools or Oce Publisher Express software. For more complex projects and job submission, users can print via Oce Publisher Select software. These new networking capabilities are supported by stringent security measures configurable in the system. The Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 (WES7) controller meets the latest IT standards, and the system also offers up-to-date features such as antivirus support, HTTPS, IPsec and E-shredding along with smart inbox management capabilities.   With Oce Radiant Fusing technology, users can output over 27 D-size prints quickly. With six media rolls, the Oce Double Decker Pro stacker and built-in cutters, users can print and stack up to 3,900 feet of output without interruption. They can scan and copy as-builts, color markup and other technical documents in one step and immediately archive or distribute documents.

For more information, visit Canon U.S.A.

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

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