For Improved Production Efficiency – Check Out Canon’s Arizona 1300 Series

Canon recently launched a new addition to the award-winning Océ Arizona printers, the Arizona 1300 series. This is a great choice for mid-volume sign and display graphics producers, increasing production efficiencies and addressing market demand for more varied applications.

The Océ Arizona 1300 series comprises six models, all meticulously designed to achieve optimal ease of use and reliability.

The new series has been developed to meet the needs of printers who are looking for a more productive, high quality product built for maximum uptime, while seeking the versatility to handle an even broader range of media for diverse applications.

Maximizing productive uptime, these printers are the first flatbed products to feature LED curing options, offering customers the scope to print as needed from standby mode, without waiting for UV lamps to heat up.

The LED curing technology offers print providers the opportunity to work with an even broader range of applications on almost any rigid or flexible media, such as canvas, wood, tile, glass, etc. Canon is the only digital flatbed technology provider that now offers both conventional and LED curing solutions, giving customers a printer for nearly every application need.

With optional light cyan, light magenta, varnish, white inks and enhanced screening, the new flatbed devices also enable customers to produce higher value work, delivering superior print quality even for photographic and fine art applications. The new series can be used with the Océ Touchstone textured printing solution, which enables the production of enhanced prints with textured effects.

The new series also introduces Océ Arizona Xpert, an innovative software solution that simplifies and automates complex jobs, including multi-layered and duplex applications, so that print files are ready in an instant.

The Océ Arizona 1300 Series is produced at the recently expanded Canon flatbed manufacturing facility in Germany, and is commercially available from January 2019.

Take a look at this demo video for more details: