Recent updates to Canon’s professional print portfolio are helping customers throughout Europe reinvigorate and grow their businesses.
For colour production environments, the Canon imagePRESS C7011VP and C7011VPS series offer commercial printers and in-house print departments the latest innovations in Canon’s digital print technology. Incorporating new RIP technology that delivers outstanding speed and print quality, the new series is also compatible with more finishing devices, enabling customers to produce a wider range of applications and expand their service offerings. The new models also feature the innovative colour management tool, i1 Process Control, which helps achieve consistent and controlled digital colour printing, resulting in superb image quality.
The new Canon varioPRINT 135 series (previously the Océ VarioPrint DP Line) includes the Canon varioPRINT 110, varioPRINT 120 and varioPRINT 135. It offers the light-mid monochrome production market the consistent quality and environmental benefits provided by the unique DirectPress, HeatXchange and EnergyLogic technologies. New finishing options and a new Océ PRISMAsync controller give customers greater application flexibility and improved productivity.
The Canon imagePRESS 1135+ series comprises the Canon imagePRESS 1110+, imagePRESS 1125+ and imagePRESS 1135+. Built on the same technology platform as the Canon imagePRESS C7011VP and C7011VPS series, the new series provides similar levels of reliability and stability. It is the latest range in the evolution of Canon’s mid-volume production presses. With a choice of two powerful EFI Fiery controllers and expanded finishing options, the series delivers consistently high image quality, enhanced productivity and the reliability required in production environments.
Building on the success of the Océ VarioPrint 6000 Ultra Line, the new Océ VarioPrint 6000+ Lines offer improved media handling capabilities and greater flexibility. The new paper input module (PIM-A1) is able to support sheets up to 350mm x 500mm in size, which makes it ideal for book printers looking to move from offset to digital. An optional dual paper tray enables customers to benefit from longer unattended printing by increasing the number of A4 sheets from 4,600 to 8,000.