Cost effective multi-purpose desktop Large Format Printer from Canon India
Driven by its pursuit in innovation, Canon India expanded its printing portfolio with the launch of imagePROGRAF TC-20, its first desktop 4-colour pigment ink large format printer with A1 plus capability. Keeping in mind the versatile needs of architects today, the sleek and compact TC-20 supports operations from small workspaces or home bound offices, while delivering vibrant, colorful, and quality output for big designs and blueprints.
The TC-20 also supports roll paper of up to A1 plus width and comes with a standard built-in Auto Sheet Feeder (ASF) that enables continuous A3/A4 printing for maximum productivity. Compatible with free software and applications such as the PosterArtist, the TC-20 offers superb ease of use as with other high-end large format printers in the imagePROGRAF series.
Speaking on the launch, Manabu Yamazaki, President and CEO, Canon India said, ‘The hybrid working format is witnessing increased adoption across sectors, propelling growth for space efficient superior technology equipment. The new offering imagePROGRAF TC-20 is designed keeping in mind the new-age working landscape addressing varied needs of large format printing. We are confident that the latest launch will emerge as a preferred choice enabling quality and productivity.”
Featuring a space-saving design, the new TC-20 meets large format printing needs of home offices, remote worksites, and corporate offices with its compactness.
The TC-20 supports up to 50 A3 or 100 A4 cut sheets with auto-switching between cut sheets and roll paper. For maximum productivity, users can load up to 100 A4 cut sheets in the standard ASF for continuous printing, and print CAD drawings or posters on A1/24-inch roll paper effortlessly from various applications.
Using all-colour pigment ink, the TC-20 produces clear, high-quality prints with fine lines and small characters on drawings comparable to prints from high-end large format printers. The prints do not smudge easily from highlighter marks or water spills.
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