Canon imagePROGRAF large-format printers and multi-function printers are at the forefront of the large-format equipment industry. Specialized customer solutions and applications range from fine art and photography to production printing, and from technical documents to general purpose poster making.
Designed for the low-volume and entry-level user, these MFPs offer easy-to-use, scan-to-copy/file solutions for architects, engineers, consulting firms, small offices, and K-12 schools that require a minimal learning curve when it comes to new equipment.
These CAD and general purpose printers aim to boost productivity while still delivering the expectations of Canon's legacy features. Faster draft printing, increased ink sizes, a new magenta ink, and software enhancements make these printers more capable than ever.
These 44-inch printers bring in a new capabilities to high-volume inkjet printing. They are fast, producing an Arch D-sized print in just 22 seconds. Besides technical drawings, the 830-840-850 also work nicely as a GIS or map printer because of their wider output and fast file processing.
Available in a 24-inch or 44-inch version, these printers are aimed specifically at users who wish to produce colorful, eye-catching sales promotion posters, banners, and point-of-purchase materials for vibrant displays at a low cost.
These printers are ideal for helping dedicated artisans and demanding graphic professionals achieve extraordinary results. The incredible 12-color ink system is optimized to produce exquisite images for the Fine Art, Photography, and Proofing markets.
Canon's latest offering of professional graphic printers for photography and fine art. New features include, anti-clogging technology incorporated in the new PF-10 print-head, multi-function roll system, automatic color calibration, and Canon's Print Studio PRO software.
Canon imagePROGRAF large-format printers are at the forefront of the large-format equipment industry. Specialized customer solutions and applications range from fine art and photography to production printing, and from technical documents to general purpose poster making.