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Thursday, 25 February 2021 17:34

Canon aims latest imagePrograf printers at CAD and GIS users

Canon imagePrograf TZ-30000 MFP Canon imagePrograf TZ-30000 MFP

Canon's eight new imagePrograf printers come in sizes varying from 61cm (24in) to 112cm (44in).

The imagePrograf TZ-30000 Series – initially available as a 91cm (36in) model – is designed for high productivity, high quality prints and high print speed, according to the company.

It is said to be particularly suitable for use in architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing, professional print service providers and copy shops.

Specifications include print speeds up to four A1 CAD pages per minute, 700ml ink tanks, dual roll feeds, and an output stacker holding up to 100 A0 sheets.

Media rolls and Lucia TD inks can be replenished while printing continues, and the the type and size of the media loaded are automatically determined.

All file data can be erased from the hard disk once each print job is completed. An optional PIN code and interface security can be used to control access.

The printer optionally comes with Canon's 91cm (36in) Z36 scanner.

The TZ-30000 series is expected to arrive in June 2021.

The imagePrograf TX Series produces borderless prints from a PC or a USB stick at up to 3.2 pages per minute.

Like the TZ-30000 Series, it uses Lucia TD inks, automatically detects the media type and width, and has a front stacker that can hold up to 100A0 prints.

Dual roll operation is optional, and allows up to 350 metres of uninterrupted printing from two rolls of the same media, or switching between two rolls of different media types.

It comes in three single-function models – 61cm (24in) imagePrograf TX-2100, 91cm (36in) imagePrograf TX-3100, and 112cm (44in) imagePrograf TX-4100 – and three multifunction versions using Canon's new scanner technology – imagePrograf TX-2100 MFP Z24, imagePrograf TX-3100 MFP Z36 and imagePrograf TX-4100 MFP Z36.

"In developing our newest range of large format printers, we set out to address a number of industry needs, from users of low-end LED plotters to low-yield, high-quality production businesses," said Canon Australia general manager of B2B product marketing Ted Matsumoto.

"With the introduction of the imagePrograf TZ Series, we've brought forth a robust production solution that balances productivity and efficiency while significantly reducing large format print and finishing times to help customers deliver on the tightest deadlines. I'm certain that this latest addition to the imagePrograf family raises the bar for customers and will match the growing demands of any business needing streamlined and hassle-free large format print production.

"Furthermore, the initial imagePrograf TX Series released in 2018 has proved to be hugely popular with customers to date. Now, with growing demand for fast and flexible delivery of prints on demand, this newly improved line-up is optimised to customers' changing needs, with outstanding productivity features that enable faster and more efficient printing of posters and CAD/GIS drawings. From the imagePrograf TZ Series to the imagePrograf TX Series, I'm confident that our new large format printer line-up offers a model to meet the everyday large format print needs of any business."

The imagePrograf TX and TX MFP Z will be available this month.

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