Canon USA

Canon Roll-up Gloss Film, Artistic Satin Canvas, and Premium Plain Paper

Canon USA Inc. has introduced three new large-format media types for the company's line of imagePROGRAF large-format printers?Canon Roll-up Gloss Film, Artistic Satin Canvas, and Premium Plain Paper. Canon also announced that the Adhesive Matte Vinyl Media is now available in a width of 60-inches.

"As the imagePROGRAF line of large-format printers continues to grow, we are seeing a demand for a more robust line-up of available media types," said Carmine Pugliese, Aftermarket Products Division, Canon USA. "With the introduction of these three new types of media and the availability of a larger size Adhesive Matte Vinyl, Canon now offers a comprehensive line of large format options, allowing for a wider variety of printing options and support for additional media applications."

Key features of the new media include:

Roll-up Gloss Film, 240gsm?As a strong and flexible Specialty Sign, Banner, and Display Media, this media features an increased opacity due to the gray backing layer which prevents show-through, a durable polyester base and a high-gloss surface. Available in sizes ranging from 24-inches wide to 50-inches wide, the Roll-up Gloss Film can be used in collapsible banner stands or can be framed.

Artistic Satin Canvas, 350gsm?Easily stretched for framing art reproductions or sewn for banner applications, the Artistic Satin Canvas is an ideal media for museum quality archival printing, gallery exhibitions and corporate reproduction departments. The cotton/polyester blend enables fast drying, satin finish and features a high white point with no optical brighteners. The Artistic Satin Canvas Media is available from 17-inches wide to 60-inches wide rolls.

Premium Plain Paper, 80gsm?Conveniently packaged with two rolls per box to support high print-volume environments, this lightweight plain matte paper was developed for the economical everyday technical and graphic markets. Ranging in sizes from 17-inches wide up to 42-inches wide, the new Premium Plain Paper Media is a good fit for engineering drawings, maps, presentations, signs and posters that are updated frequently.

 

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