Despite market uncertainty in 2020, Canon customers showed enthusiasm following the launch of the varioPRINT iX-series, which has proven to be a popular option due to its offset-like quality and reliable throughput.
With advances in productivity, print quality, and application flexibility, the inkjet presses set a new standard for high-volume production environments.
The Print in the Eye of the Buyer NAPCO Research study and white paper series, sponsored by Canon U.S.A., Inc., surveyed more than 200 print buyers and influencers. It offers insights into customers’ expectations of their in-house printing operation and ways to enhance the buyer experience.
Keypoint Intelligence released its Field Test Report, which assessed the Canon Colorado 1650 64-inch roll-to-roll printer in three categories – image quality, usability and speed.
Because color has been shown to enhance information retention, it’s crucial that school districts are equipped with full-color printing technology to help improve the learning process for students.
To boost productivity and color management, Canon U.S.A. announced the availability of EFI Fiery digital front end software systems, the FS350 Pro and FS350, for the newly launched imagePRESS C910/C810/C710/C710CA color digital presses.
For the seventh consecutive year, Canon was named as the worldwide leader in total high volume inkjet market share.
Jimmy Vainstein of The World Bank’s Printing and Multimedia Services will give a presentation at Graph Expo, “Refresh Your Reality.”