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Canon Launches imagePROGRAF TC-20 desktop A1+ printer

Canon Europe has launched the new imagePROGRAF TC-20 large-format desktop printer. The printer is designed for the ultra-low volume market, which includes Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) offices, educational settings, and the hospitality industry, delivering drawings from A4 to A1+ paper sizes.

The 70ml four-colour (BK/C/M/Y) pigment ink bottles simplify maintenance of the printer, and its compact body with standard built-in Auto Sheet Feeder (ASF), makes it suitable for small or temporary office spaces as well as for hybrid workers who may be working from home.

It supports printing 100 A4 sheets or 50 A3 sheets of plain paper continuously or roll paper of up to A1+ sizes for printing of construction, design, survey drawings, and point-of-sale materials. It comes with a free software solution, Direct Print Plus, that ensures print quality on par with the higher-end models in the imagePROGRAF series and is also compatible with other imagePROGRAF models.

Jennifer Kolloczek, European Planning, Marketing & Innovation Senior Director, Production Print at Canon Europe said, “ways of working have rapidly changed in the last few years, as many have adopted a hybrid style of working - with people splitting their time between the office and their homes. Diversification of places and ways of working has led to the spread of distributed operations in multiple workplaces and as a result, there is a growing need for entry-level large-format printers – especially when transitioning between central, remote, and home offices.

“With its compact design, the new imagePROGRAF TC-20 is the ideal choice for modern working as it can easily fit in small spaces, without compromising on print quality. It also comes with job submission software which is compatible with other imagePROGRAF models and supports hybrid working, making printing easy when transitioning between the office and home. Its convenient design provides easy user maintenance, and it can deliver detailed drawings for AEC, educational, and hospitality industries - helping businesses become future-proofed with agile and responsive solutions.”

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Canon Europe Ltd

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UB11 1ET

0208 588 8000

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