Canon U.S.A. (Melville, NY) has announced the Arizona 2300 Series, new UV-curable flatbed printers for the wide-format market. Per the company, the new series is intended to help customers quicken production, improve operational efficiencies and boost growth opportunities.
The series is built around Arizona FLOW technology, a “unique vacuum technique that supports a zone-less, multi-origin table layout, and offers up to 20% more productivity, as it requires less masking and taping, and is supported by easy-to-use, three-sided pneumatic registration pins to better secure the substrate in place on the table,” per Canon U.S.A. The pneumatic registration pins mean users can print from edge to edge on the substrate, align substrates to either the left or the right edge of the table – or both. Customers can also print double-sided, and print on odd-shaped, heavy, smooth or pre-cut media without the use of a jig.
Customers can print up to 1,001 sq. ft./hr., and an automated maintenance system provide hands-free printhead maintenance and reduces downtime. A roll media option permits customers to use a range of roll media, including thin, heat-sensitive media, such as vinyl, up to 86.6 in. wide. Customers can switch between rigid and flexible media jobs with no machine preparation.
For more information, visit usa.canon.com.
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