Introducing The Latest Canon Imageprograf Tx Series Printers

When it comes to delivering the very greatest quality and productivity from CAD, GIS and poster printing, there has rarely been a better machine to do the job than a Canon wide-format printer . Well, the hugely respected Japanese giant has continued the tradition with its new range of TX printers, which we are delighted to be able to bring you here at Prizma Graphics.

We’re making the new 24-inch TX-2100, 36-inch TX-3100 and 44-inch TX-4100 available from our store in March, alongside the multifunctional TX-3100 MFP Z36 and TX-4100 MFP Z36.

If you have previously used Canon TX Series printers, you might struggle at first glance to tell the difference between the latest models and the previous generation. However, it is on the inside where the real changes are evident.

In short, when you’re in the market for a Canon wide-format printer that generates time and money savings very much befitting the conditions and requirements of 2021, you’d be hard-pressed to do better than one of these sophisticated TX models.

What are the highlights of these new Canon large-format devices?

It’s the magic formula that architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) businesses, retail outlets and in-house print departments are constantly seeking: the fastest possible prints, of the highest possible quality, while minimising day-to-day hassle.

Well, it’s also the formula that a Canon wide-format printer from the latest TX range could enable your organisation to achieve. With one of these printers, for instance, your office could soon be producing up to 3.2 A1 pages a minute – quite the improvement on the 2.6ppm that previous models offered.

These printers also support both 2” and 3” core size paper roll, and are truly ‘drop and go’ in their operation, thanks to their automatic handling of roll loading, size detection and media identification. The result is quick, vibrant and borderless printing literally at the push of a button, either from a PC or direct from a USB stick.

The utmost productivity is ensured by such features of these printers as their automatic detection of the media type and width as soon as the roll of media is placed in the feeder, as well as their intuitive 4.3-inch touchscreen control panels and a dual roll option for high-volume jobs.

As for the quality of the prints a new Canon TX Series printer produces, Canon print heads are combined with the use of five-colour, full pigment LUCIA TD inks to ensure remarkably high-precision CAD drawings and posters. The inks used in these devices also offer superb weather resistance, and can be used with water-resistant media.

What about the multifunctional Canon TX scanners and printers?

As aforementioned, the latest TX Canon wide-format printer range also includes multifunctional ImagePROGRAF TX-3100 MFP Z36 and TX-4100 MFP Z36 variants, which your organisation can count on to deliver time-saving and accurate printing and scanning of the highest quality.

Incorporated into these machines is a newly developed, lightweight Z36 scanner using SingleSensor technology. This tech saves users from having to worry about stitching or calibration as far as their scanning is concerned; instead, they can simply expect a rapid and even scan across the document’s entire width.

A truly leading wide-format printer and scanner range, from a reputable online store

If a Canon wide-format printer from the latest TX range seems like it could be the most suitable solution for your own organisation, why not enquire to our capable team here at Prizma Graphics today? We will then be able to advise you on this and other potential printer and scanner models, on the basis of your particular requirements.

Call 01296 393700 now, or send us an email , for specific and tailored information and guidance from our experts in wide-format design, media and printers.

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