Canon updates commercial printers

Canon has extended its colour production press range with the ImagePress C7011VP and VPS. Both of these come with a choice of new servers from Creo and EFI as well as Canon’s own PrismaSync. The presses are also said to be compatible with more finishing devices than their predecessors, and have a new i1 Process Control tool for built-in colour management.
Canon has added a new model, the 7170, to its VarioStream 7100 range of entry-level monochrome printers. It’s a simplex continuous feed dry toner printer capable of printing 172 A4 pages per minute. Maximum resolution is 600dpi.
Canon also announced a new premium pigment range for its ColorStream 3000 series of inkjet printers. These inks are said to have vibrant, vivid colours with excellent richness and contrast and are suitable for commercial print and direct mail applications.





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