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Canon Expands their Production Inkjet Portfolio with ColorStream 8000

Canon has the leading market share in production inkjet and has the widest range of production inkjet presses available. With the introduction of the ColorStream 8000, they are expanding their commercial production inkjet product line to further capture both toner and existing offset produced pages.


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By Douglas Carlile on Jun 22, 2021

These articles would be of greater interest and offer more value to us smaller printers if they contained some information on pricing. While we are digital printers, we are toner based and are very aware of the increasing capabilities of inkjet presses. We examine every offering that comes to our attention, with the goal of finding an inkjet press that will be a profitable addition to our company. The cap costs of the current offerings are still too expensive for them to be profitable for companies our size.



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