The Canon TX 3000 plotter printer and MFP offer the best of Canon large format technology. Learn how it was designed to replace legacy toner-based plotters, includes a completely re-engineered print head, and uses only pigments inks.
There is a lot to love with the new Canon PRO Series graphics plotters. Plenty of innovation and new technologies have been packed into the PRO Series, including direct links to digital cameras, reformulated LUCIA PRO inks and a new print head design. All of these new aspects will exceed your expectations.
It is important to have some knowledge and understanding of a few specifications related to plotter paper printer sizes and specs before you place your order. The exact type of plotter paper and roll size needed will depend on the specific make, model, and technology of your printing system.
Do you want your large format prints to really pop, be durable, and resist fading? Usually, the solution is as simple as using the right kind of ink and media for the project. In fact, the secret to printing awesome large format photos or graphics is often found in the chemistry of the ink, and not just the printer technology. Learn more about how Canon LUCIA inks are leading the way in plotter ink advancements.
The Canon TM-300 outshines the HP T520 in variety of ways and offers an incredible value for money. The TCO is significantly lower than the HP. Standard, innovative features of the Canon such as all pigment inks, a flat stacking tray, and hot-swappable ink tanks and result in a printer that is hard to beat.