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Canon building bridges with Océ ColorWave 3000

Canon has rolled out a new series of large-format printers to address demand for print in the architectural, engineering, construction and manufacturing (AEC&M) sectors.

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Océ ColorWave 3000 can print applications such as technical documents, drawings and maps, and full-colour indoor and short-term outdoor graphics

The Océ ColorWave 3000 series has been designed for CAD, GIS and short-term graphic arts applications, with users able to print a wide range applications such as black and white technical documents, drawings and maps, and full-colour indoor and short-term outdoor graphics such as posters and roll-up banners.

The range comprises the ColorWave 3500 and the Océ ColorWave 3700 models. The Océ ColorWave 3500 has a media capacity of up to four rolls and customers can automatically switch between media for faster production, while the Océ ColorWave 3700 has a media capacity of up to six rolls, handling up to 1,200m, and can print up to 368sq m posters per day in fast mode.

Both models also feature Océ Piezo Acoustic Integrated Nozzle Technology that helps to overcome nozzle failure on the fly.

From taking an innovative vision, turning it into a blueprint, then bringing it to life through coloured visuals, customers can use the Océ ColorWave 3000 for consistent high quality prints, time after time, print after print

Dominic Fahy, head of AEC&M, industrial and production solutions at Canon UK, comments: “Whether customers are wanting to continue to print CAD documents or looking to expand their applications capability by producing short-term graphic arts applications, the Océ ColorWave 3000 series gives them the opportunity to print both.

“From taking an innovative vision, turning it into a blueprint, then bringing it to life through coloured visuals, customers can use the Océ ColorWave 3000 for consistent high quality prints, time after time, print after print.”

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