What is the Best Canon Wide Format Poster Printer?

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Mon, Jun 21, 2021 @ 04:05 PM

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Poster printing used to be a privilege reserved exclusively for high-end commercial print shops. Sure, it's convenient, but it is expensive - especially if you are printing signs, book covers or posters on a regular basis.


But, changes in technology have not only made poster creation and printing posters much easier, it has made it more accessible to everyone.


Today, if you can click a mouse, you can print some amazing posters with Canon wide equipment and software. See how.


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What is Awesome About Canon LUCIA Pigment Plotter Ink?

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Wed, Jul 08, 2020 @ 03:35 PM

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Do you want your large format prints to pop, be durable, and resist fading?

 

The obvious solution is to use the right print technology for the best results. For instance, use photo paper for a large photo image, vinyl for banners, etc. But, one often overlooked aspect of printing the perfect image is found in ink itself.

 

The secret to printing awesome large format photos or graphics has just as much to do with the quality of the ink as the print material. This is why Canon has spent so much time researching and developing the best technologies for word class prints. Check out how Canon has elevated the playing field with their LUCIA ink sets for Canon large format printers. 

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Honoring Texas Fallen Warriors Through Art

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Mon, Jan 13, 2020 @ 10:30 AM

Today, it is commonplace to overhear someone recognize a member of our Armed Forces by saying, “Thank you for your service,” but one Texas man is doing much more than that.


Ken “The Dauber” Prigeon has spent several years painting hundreds of portraits of Texas Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines who have been killed in action.


His work showcases how one person can have a positive impact on the tragic loss experienced by hundreds of Texas families.

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