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Canon Colorado M-Series Printers

Users can add optional features including a second media roll option and more.

Featuring modular construction for customer-specific options and in-field upgrades, Canon’s scalable, 64.-in. roll-to-roll M-series printing platform is available with two speed configurations. Like previous iterations of the Colorado line, the printers use Canon’s UVgel ink. According to the company, advantages of this formulation include using less ink for the same image color and intensity as latex or eco-solvent options; energy-efficiencies due to low-heat LED curing and “instant-on” operation; instant drying; and immediate cutting and finishing.

This ink is also ideal for the M-Series new white-ink option because its gel-like consistency helps keep white pigments suspended, translating to fast build-up of dense and opaque white images with as many as five layers in fewer passes. In addition to providing higher printing speeds, this formulation is said to reduce ink usage in window graphics, wallpaper, and other décor applications. The company adds there’s no need to shake ink bags prior to printing, while the equipment’s automated maintenance features eliminate the need to remove and store heads.

In addition to white ink, options include FLXfinish+, which enables adding matte, gloss, or mixed matte and gloss on the same print without additional varnish. High-volume users can automate the print-to-finish process with a UVgel Print Factory or UVgel Wallpaper Factory configuration, which integrates the Colorado M-series printer with cutting, rewinding, taping, or sheet stacking to manage volumes of at least 500,000 sq.ft. per year with minimal operator time.

The new M-series Colorado printers are supported by PrismAguide XL make-ready software, which is offered for free with each white-ink-enabled device. Printheads incorporate the same technology as the Colorado 1630 printers, which offered double the nozzles as the previous 1650 devices along with a higher firing frequency, increased durability, and four rather than eight heads per printer. New media detection sensor technology helps accommodate heavy structured, transparent, colored, metallic, and magnetic materials.


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