Canon imagePRESS C10000VP digital press with 100ppm color output launched in India

by December 10, 2015 1 comment

The imagePRESS C10000VP digital press builds on the success of the imagePRESS range and sets new standards in imaging quality and productivity with new technological innovations. It is designed to meet the increasing demand from higher production volumes of professional printers. The product comes with 2400 x 2440 dpi resolution, a choice of new front end controllers based on EFI Fiery FS200 Pro Platform enables the imagePRESS C10000VP to streamline the workflow & media handling capabilities from 60 gsm to 350 gsm. There are a host of at least 12 new technological innovations over the earlier imagePRESS series that make this product the most eagerly awaited product in the industry.

Oce PlotWave 500, the latest addition to the existing Oce PlotWave series, is designed to make it easier to prepare, produce and manage complex technical documents and sets of drawings. It offers faster prints with a speed limit of 10 A1 per minute. This series primarily caters to a portfolio of industries like Architecture, Engineering, Construction and manufacturing.  It comes with an Energy efficient technology which makes it instant ready for printing and also, the user access panel technology make the media handling comparatively easier with constant speed. The Océ wide format printers were developed to copy and scan all originals with the right quality the first time without any operator intervention. With this series, customer will enjoy the benefit of Oce owned technology Radiant fusing technology benefits, enabling no warm up time, less power consumption and environment friendly systems.

With customers exploring new business avenues across visual communication, interior decoration, textile, industrial printing, packaging; the demand for the commercial printers market is growing rapidly. The Professional Printing Products business unit in Canon has crossed more than 100 crores in 2014, and the division has been growing at the rate of 25% for the last two years.

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  1. Gyati Kani
    #1 Gyati Kani 12 September, 2019, 10:46

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