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Canon U.S.A. Showcasing Latest Large Format Printing Systems During Autodesk University 2013

Friday, November 22, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

MELVILLE, N.Y. – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced today that it will showcase its latest large format printing systems during Autodesk University 2013, December 3 - 5 in Las Vegas, NV. Attendees of the prominent software conference can expect to see first-hand the new Océ PlotWave 360 system and Océ PlotWave 750 system - designed with a series of advanced collaboration tools to meet the evolving print, copy and scan needs of technical users. 

More than ever, Canon U.S.A. is prepared to offer the spectrum of technical users a new standard in user interaction and cloud integration when printing, copying and scanning technical documents. Technical users can use these intuitive systems to communicate faster and more effectively. The new Océ ClearConnect multi-touch user interface of the Océ PlotWave 360 system provides a simple-to-use experience when outputting printed documents or accessing scanned files as part of the technical document workflow.

"The Océ PlotWave 360 system was developed to address the practical needs of technical users who are collaborating on projects with other parties via online portals or the cloud and require more flexibility from their large format printing system," said Sal Sheikh, Vice President, Large Format Systems for Canon Solutions America. "With the Océ PlotWave 360 system, users can access documents from the cloud or Smart Inbox directly at the printer using the Océ ClearConnect multi-touch panel."

During the conference, Canon U.S.A. will display an array of innovative solutions to solve plotting issues experienced within the technical document workflow. Along with the Océ PlotWave 360 system and Océ PlotWave 750 system, attendees will have the opportunity to discover the advantages of using the Océ ColorWave 650 printer. This highly productive system gives users the ability to print, copy and scan in black and white and color without sacrificing any quality or layers of detailed information. With the Océ ColorWave 650 printer, it is easy for users to output in color with the same productivity they have come to expect in a monochrome LED printer.

"With up to six rolls of online media and print speeds over 1,300 square feet per hour, the Océ ColorWave 650 efficiently produces both black and white and color documents on a single machine," said Sheikh. "Technical users will benefit from the ability to replace multiple printing systems and reduce turn-around time - leading to overall increased efficiency and an optimized capital investment."

As the need for professionals in the technical world to work outside the office continues to grow, an effective set of reliable mobile applications has become imperative. With these large format printing systems, users can now capture changes and submit documents for printing with their mobile device using Océ Mobile WebTools or Oc‚ Publisher Express software. Additionally, technical users can enjoy the flexibility of outputting to Océ monochrome and color devices via Oc‚ Publisher Select and Océ Publisher Mobile software.

As part of the conference, Canon U.S.A. also plans to showcase the newly released Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6400S and Canon imagePROGRAF iPF765 MFP M40 printers, designed to provide the highest possible standards for image reproduction and cloud-enabled workflows. The two versatile machines offer advanced software and an affordable solution that can help provide fast and precise image quality.

Canon U.S.A. will highlight the benefits of the Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6400S and iPF765 MFP M40 printers, along with the Océ ColorWave 650 printer and Océ PlotWave 360 and Océ PlotWave 750 printing systems for technical software users and other professionals as part of the conference's initiative to reinvent the design process. The event serves as a great opportunity for Canon U.S.A. to make an impact with the public debut of its cutting-edge printing technologies.

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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