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Canon launches new large-format printers

The company has launched its new imagePROGRAF TM series of A0+ and A1+ printers

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The TM-355/350 offers printing speeds of up to 3.2ppm which is about 28% faster than previous models, ensuring quicker productivity for time-sensitive projects

Manufacturer of printers and visual communication equipment, Canon, has announced a new series of printers made for producers of technical and promotional large-format printing applications.

The models are aimed at printers working in industries like architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing to retail, hospitality, and education.

The imagePROGRAF TM series incorporates five models: the TM-355, TM-350, and TM-340 for A0+ prints plus the TM-255 and TM-240 for A1+ output.

Canon says the new printers are supplied with Direct Print Plus software giving users the ability to print multiple files in different formats with drag-and-drop operations.

The TM-255 and TM-240 have new refined body designs and a small footprint to ensure easy placement in office and retail spaces

With greater vibrancy even on uncoated paper, the printer utilises a newly designed image processing table, all-colour pigment ink, and optimised magenta ink allowing for excellent red colours and borderless prints.

The range is designed to meet diverse printing needs from CAD construction and design drawings to retail and restaurant/hospitality posters. 

County director for Production at Canon UK & Ireland, Duncan Smith, says: “Setting a new bar for compact multi-use large-format printers, the new imagePROGRAF TM series creates incredibly vibrant prints, with a small footprint and less noise. 

“Whatever your company size, however restricted your space, you can now conveniently produce a wide variety of print applications which would traditionally have to be outsourced, from CAD drawings to posters and retail POS materials, improving productivity and efficiency without compromising quality.”

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