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Canon announces new professional printing solutions

by Leona Liu on Apr 7, 2016 in Architecture , Interiors , Products
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Canon recently launched a series of new printing technologies for every business including design, architecture, engineering and construction

Canon has introduced a series of newly-launched and award-winning printer offerings through its Passion in Color exhibition. Products range from printers for offices and photography studios to include professions such as designers, architects and the construction industry – incorporating those in need of consistent and high quality printed materials.

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The "Passion in Color" exhibition at Hotel ICON in Hong Kong

The newly launched imagePROGRAF PRO-500 supports multiple paper sizes from A4 right up to A2 or fancy paper such as canvas, meeting architectural or interior design firms’ demands on producing large scale design blueprint.

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The Professional COLOR exhibition zone

In the Professional COLOR exhibition zone, Océ wide format printing system showed its high productivity for AEC industriesArchitect, Engineering and Construction.

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