Improving in-house colour reproduction
1 April 2005 | 0
Canon‘s CLC1110 network printer is aimed at improving in-house colour reproduction by extending the quality and capabilities of print for graphic arts professionals.
Proofs and short-run colour documents are produced at speeds of 8.5page/min A4 colour and 42page/min in black and white with high resolutions of 800 x 400 dpi and 256 half-tone gradations. The optional paper deck enables up to 3,850 sheets to be handled. Flexible finishing options including stacking, stapling and sorting.
When used with the optional PS-NX650 or PS-NX400 print controllers, the CLC1110 offers Tag Bit technology, which recognises type, key-lines and other solids and prints them at double the resolution of halftones resulting in crisp, sharp lines.
Paper sizes up to A3+ are possible with a printable area of 303 mm x 443.5 mm. The use of A3+ paper enables the printing of full-bleed job settings, proofs or posters at A3 after trimming.
The use of PS-NX650 or PS-NX400W print controllers opens up the printer to network users.
Fiery Command Workstation software tools ensure optimum management and manipulation of centralised print jobs. Tools include Fiery WebTools for Web-based print administration; Fiery ColorWise colour management; Fiery Scan remote scanning and distribution via e-mail; Fiery NetWise Ethernet, Token Ring, Web connectivity; optional Fiery DocBuilder Pro for document editing and assembly. Also available is an optional Fiery Graphic Arts Package.
Canon: +353 (0)1-2052496 — www.canon.ie