New technologies to meet market challenges
Appealing to PSPs looking to achieve either higher production print speeds from a UV flatbed printer, or cater for more specialist applications with the use of varnish or white ink, the new Océ Arizona 600 Series can be configured to suit specific PSP needs with up to six independent ink channels. Each of the four models in this range are underpinned by the award-winning Océ VariaDot imaging technology for superior image quality, along with several new features to offer greater application versatility and production efficiencies1.
The new Océ ColorWave 900 – designed for the graphic arts, construction, CAD and GIS markets – takes high-speed production printing to a new level with speeds of up to 15 times faster than other inkjet systems available. This new machine is ideal for a vast range of applications such as point-of-sale and technical drawings².
Canon Europe is also introducing visitors to new UV curable inks – demonstrated on the Océ Arizona 480 XT – which offer superior adhesion on a broad range of media, excellent print quality and a uniform matt finish.
“Canon Europe’s first time at FESPA is exciting for all involved as it is a perfect platform to demonstrate the increased strengths of the new Canon Wide Format Group and present our full line-up of graphic arts wide format technologies. As well as benefitting customers, this will also play a part in helping to achieve our goal of becoming the number one supplier in the printing industry,” adds Geraads.
“FESPA 2013 offers us an opportunity to talk directly to PSPs about how their businesses can thrive. We can give them the capability to produce a diverse range of wide format applications, the technology to cost-effectively deliver the perfect balance of quality and performance, the flexibility to produce output on an unsurpassed range of media and customised services to support them in achieving their business objectives. There really are no limits to how creative PSPs can be and that is what we intend to inspire in them during the show.”