Canon U.S.A. Announces Océ Colorado 1650

New roll-to-roll printer includes Océ FLXfinish technology.
Canon U.S.A.

Canon U.S.A. (Melville, NY) has launched the Océ Colorado 1650 large-format, roll-to-roll graphics printer. The 64-in. Océ Colorado 1650 builds on the Océ Colorado 1640, and applications include front- and back-lit graphics, wallcoverings, self-adhesive vinyl and more.

This new machine introduces Océ FLXfinish technology that allows both matte and gloss print finishes, a new ink, increased media and application versatility and a fully integrated double-sided printing feature, according to Canon. The Océ FLXfinish technology also enhances the performance of the Océ Colorado 1650 with more porous media, including soft signage materials and uncoated papers like polyester textiles and SEG media, by enabling each ink droplet to be "fixed" immediately on jetting, preventing absorption by the substrate, per Canon.

A new version of Canon UVgel ink, with increased “stretchability” of each cured ink droplet, has been incorporated into the new machine, too.

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Océ Colorado 1650

Océ Colorado 1650

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