High-speed presses for 4-color, vaiable-date output.
Canon’s imagePress C7000VP images at 70 ppm for color printing on letter-sized paper with resolutions up to 1200 x 1200 dpi. Armed with its automatic duplex capabilities, it handles 64 to 300 gsm paper up to 13 x 19 in. and offers a 10,000-sheet maximum sheet capacity. It also features Canon’s oil-free V toner with 5.5-micron toner particles for sharp details; in addition, its new Gloss Optimization toner technology gives the look and feel of offset printing, Canon reports. Paired with the imagePress Workflow Solutions, a suite of hardware and software, the press allows for variable-data printing. Optional finishing accessories include a stacker, saddle stitcher, booklet trimmer, puncher, and more.
The imagePress C6000VP is built on the same core architecture as the C7000VP but geared for midsized to large production environments. It can hit 60 letter-sized pages per minute (ppm), offers true 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution and 256 levels of grayscale, and can accommodate media up to 13 x 19 in. (Note: Canon also features the C6000, which does not feature variable-data capabilities.)
The company’s imagePress C1+ is a color device with clear toner designed for the “light production and proofing” markets. It offers print speeds up to 14 ppm for color jobs (up to 60 ppm for black-and-white and up to 40 ppm for clear printing jobs), and can handle a wide range of paper stock including coated and textured stocks. It offers true 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution, accommodates media up to 13 x 19 in., and integrate with all desktop color-management solutions. Its print controller options include variable-data capabilities.
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