Canon announced the debut of four new imagePROGRAF GP series printers. This is the world’s first wide format printer range with aqueous pigment fluorescent ink. This solution is designed for very high quality printing in graphics applications. The products unveiled by Canon are aimed at different target customers and, more generally, at those who need to be able to count on solutions capable of guaranteeing high-level performance in terms of print yield.
Canon unveils the new series imagePROGRAF GP
The new series of printers made by Canon is made up of models imagePROGRAF GP-4000 (44 inch) and GP-2000 (24 inch) which use 10 colors including red, orange, green and purple ink. To complete the range we find imagePROGRAF GP-300 (36 inch) and GP-200 (24 inch) which use 5 colors plus fluorescent pink ink. These templates were created with the aim of meeting the needs of graphic manufacturers, in-house print divisions and creative agencies. Note that the new printer series has achieved certification “PANTONE-calibrated license per PANTONE PASTELS & NEONS GUIDE Coated.
Junichi Wachi, Director of LFP EMEA, Canon Europe, says: “The choice of four GP printer models offering 10 or 5 aqueous pigment inks with the addition of fluorescent pink ink and three different widths allows businesses of any size to reproduce a wider range of colors and add a touch of sparkle to each print thanks to the fluorescent pink. This is how effective posters with a strong visual impact are born. These new large format printers match the rest of the imagePROGRAF family in terms of productivity, efficiency and ease of use “