Canon U.S.A. Inc. has announced the launch of the new Canon ProStream 1800 continuous feed inkjet printer, the newest model in Canon’s ProStream 1000 series. With increased speeds of up to 436 ft/min.
With the higher web speed of 436 ft/min (66% faster than the ProStream 1000), the ProStream 1800 can produce up to 114,245 letter images or 11,300 B2 sheets per hour.
The air floatation drying system of the ProStream 1800 dries jobs evenly. By not coming into contact with the paper, the system protects the print image. Artificial intelligence linked to a sensor continuously makes adjustments to the drying system during the print run.
The ProStream 1800 uses native 1,200dpi Piezo Drop-on-Demand print heads and proprietary polymer pigment inks with Canon ColorGrip conditioning fluid.
Francis McMahon, executive vice president, Production Print Solutions, Canon Solutions America, Inc., said, “At Canon Solutions America, we share our customers’ passion for print and understand that, as their businesses must adapt to changing market requirements, our technology needs to evolve, too. With the launch of the new ProStream 1800, we can support customers who are looking to grow their production volumes without compromising quality or speed.” The new press marks an extension of the successful ProStream technology that was launched in 2017.
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