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The Print Show an ‘exciting opportunity’ – Canon

Ahead of its appearance at The Print Show this year, Canon has said it will use the event give visitors a “unique insight” into new technologies designed to unleash the power of print.

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Canon aims to demonstrate its commitment to delivering end-to-end solutions to help customers unlock their commercial print potential and offer inspirational application ideas

Canon will feature on stand E24 in Hall 1 of the show, which takes place from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre. 

The company will be one of a number of major digital print players in attendance and, as such, has moved to outline its plans early on to help gather interest. 

Due to feature on the Canon stand this year is the Océ Colorado 1640, the first 64” roll-to-roll wide-format printer built on the revolutionary new Canon UVgel technology. Canon says UVgel provides “precision quality” for indoor graphics and durability for outdoor applications, while consigning “compromise to the past”.  

Duncan Smith, director of industrial and production solutions at Canon UK, says: “We’ve been inspiring customers to explore the power of imaging for over 80 years. 

Exhibiting at The Print Show is an exciting opportunity for visitors to explore a hub of creative ideas

“Canon combines heavy investment in research and development and dedication to launching disruptive technologies to help customers face today’s complex business challenges. 

“Exhibiting at The Print Show is an exciting opportunity for visitors to explore a hub of creative ideas. It also gives us the chance to network with like-minded individuals in an industry that is vibrant and dynamic.”

“Canon prioritises showcasing its advanced applications in new and different ways. 

“We’re a partner that can be trusted to help organisations work more efficiently, achieve growth and stand out in an always-on world.”

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