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Canon enhances the ImagePROGRAF range

Canon enhances the ImagePROGRAF range

07_8400S_slnt_hi_R_E_wBOX-copyCanon has unveiled the two new models that are being added to its eight-colour imagePROGRAF range in order to complete its upgrade of this wide format line-up for the graphic arts market.

The new imagePROGRAF iPF6400S and iPF8400S, which replace the iPF6300S and iPF8300S respectively, are designed to support high-volume production and both now feature the same ‘Hot Swap’ ink capabilities and new colour density sensor found in the iPF9400S, which was launched last September.

Together, these features ensure customers in the production, proofing, photographic and design sectors receive superior image quality and uninterrupted printing across the full range of 24″ – 60″ eight-colour models.

06_6400S_slnt_hi_R_E-copyThe imagePROGRAF iPF6400S features an optional spectrophotometer to support high-precision colour management, along with Colour Calibration Management Console (CCMC) software, which is now supported on all models in the range.

Combined with ‘Calibration Link’ technology, users can manage colour consistency across multiple eight-colour units, thus significantly simplifying administration. Additionally, in conjunction with a major third party RIP solution, users can also conduct colour verification and create colour profiles automatically using this optional spectrophotometer.

The iPF6400S also features a larger optional 300ml ink tank, in addition to the standard 130ml, and is the final model in the eight-colour range to benefit from a sub-ink tank, which allows for non-stop printing or ‘Hot Swap’ -during ink tank replacement.

Additional features, including automatic nozzle compensation, email error reports and consumable replacement notifications, make this printer ideal for use in production environments by supporting continued productivity where it counts most.


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