HD Ultra X Series
Productivity. The HD Ultra X series is the epitome of productivity. It doesn’t require warm-up time, it’s super-fast, it detects your paper size instantly, and it transfers data onto your screen faster than any other large format scanner on the market.
Quality. With its CCD technology, HD Ultra X matches the color of your originals like no other. You get crystal-clear scans with an unequalled sharpness. Add our Nextimage 5 software, and you can clean-up your high-quality scans and improve the look of your originals.
Flexibility. The HD Ultra X series just makes life easier. Load originals where you want, and adjust the thickness intake up to 12mm to capture artwork, blueprints, photography, maps, and more. It’s everything you...
MELVILLE, N.Y., March 8, 2017 – Signifying a continued commitment to innovation and investment in the monochrome production print market, Canon U.S.A., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has announced the arrival of the third generation of the varioPRINT DP product line with the release of the varioPRINT 140 Series. Consisting of models that print at speeds of up to 140 ipm, 130 ipm and 115 ipm, the new Series incorporates the proven reliability that varioPRINT users depend on and features market-driven extensions to help print service providers who work with high monochrome workloads meet the deadlines, quality and flexibility expectations of their customers.
Positioned for small to mid-sized commercial printers and in-plants, the convenience, reliability and efficiency...
Varian Iran Co. Ltd, the Exculsive Partner of Oce-Technologies B.V. , Tally Inc. , Canon Inc. , Contex A/S and Lexmark in Iran, invites to you to visit its booth at the 23rd Exhibition of Iran Electronics and Computer ( Elecomp 2017 ).
We are waiting for you at: HALL 41 - Booth 801
Venlo, 8th March 2017 – Canon Europe, world leader in imaging solutions, proudly introduces the Océ Colorado 1640, the first 64” roll-to-roll wide format printer built on new Canon UVgel technology.
UVgel technology has been developed by Canon to deliver unprecedented productivity, matched with excellent output quality on a broad range of media for optimum applications versatility. Working with the attributes of UVgel, the Océ Colorado 1640 has been engineered to the highest industrial standards to meet the peak production requirements of businesses of all sizes, producing high volumes of wide format graphics within the short turnaround times demanded by clients.
Mark Lawn, Director, Graphic & Communications Group, Canon Europe, comments: “Demand...
Over the past few years, scanning has become much more instrumental to the large format document workflow of many AEC (architectural, engineering, & construction) companies. Wide format scanning really makes a lot of sense when you think about it. Here are some key benefits:
Scan and archive large volumes of files and eliminate the wasted space of flat files.
Mark-up “as-builts” and catalog the changes.
Share and collaborate design and construction information easily.
Quickly scan and share plans with a vendor or customer.
When it comes to scanner hardware, there are two primary scanning technologies available - CCD and CIS. Let's look at differences between the two and compare CDD to CIS scanner.
CCD Type Scanner
Today In 2016, inkjet based printers are greatly improved with their speed, quality, reliability and overall productivity. Canon has the imageprograf and the Oce Colorwave printer lineup and Hewlett Packard has the Designjet and Pagewide printing systems. HP and Canon lead in placements nationally in the Computer Aided Design - CAD printing & plotting markets.
In the late 1990’s, HP’s Designjet series printers were introduced as an upgrade from the pen plotters which began this color use. The only other choice was the expensive OCE and XEROX monochrome printers which had a much higher entry price. In the 2005-2010 time range, Canon started to work their way into the color wide format market with their Imageprograf lineup and continue to do so even today. Canon is now an...