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.
Discover the new, innovative TX Series multifunction printers (MFPs) from Canon. These combine the latest technologies in one single platform. These powerful systems provide fast printing and scanning paired with a new pigment ink set for amazing results.
See the Canon large-format inkjet printers designed to replace traditional toner-based systems. The new TX 3000 is capable of printing 3 D-size sheets per minute with a brand new durable ink set. Finally, you can get one printer for all of your black/white and full color over-sized documents.
Built on the same technology as the new TX 3000, the TX 4000 provides a huge 44-inch printing width for extra-large printing tasks. Packed with new innovations, the TX Series uses all pigment inks, offers and optional second media roll, and a brand new printhead.
The new PRO 4000S/6000S is specially designed for high volume graphic arts print service providers that need to maximize productivity and manage color across a fleet of printers across multiple locations. Enhancements include new print-head and ink set.
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.
If you are new to wide-format printing or simply have a light workload, the Canon family of entry-level large-format printers might be a good fit for you. With both 24-inch and 36-inch options to choose from, you can get started easily.
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.