Canon Bolsters its Colour Production Digital Press Portfolio with the New imagePRESS V900 Series
The latest additions to the imagePRESS V series form a remarkable production lineup with technological enhancement that helps print service providers produce high-quality applications efficiently with ease of use
SINGAPORE, 21 July 2023 — Canon today announced the launch of the imagePRESS V900 series, broadening its colour production digital press lineup which includes the well-received imagePRESS V1000 introduced last year. The remarkable V series enables both commercial and in-house print service providers (PSPs) to overcome production challenges and meet customer demands for high-quality, time-sensitive print content. Utilising print management applications such as PRISMAsync Remote Manager and PRISMAlytics Dashboard, PSPs can remotely submit, monitor and manage print jobs, as well as get insights, monitor and analyse Key Performance Indicators to improve overall business productivity.
“The new imagePRESS V900 is the most compact printer in its series and a game-changer in the printing industry. Featuring a suite of automation capabilities and versatility in media support for a wide range of applications, the imagePRESS V900 helps print service providers to say yes to their customers. Canon is committed to providing businesses with the tools they need to meet the ever-changing demands of their customers." said Vincent Low, Head of Enterprise Business, Singapore Operations, Canon Singapore.
The imagePRESS V900 Series – Versatile Entry-Level Models
Perfect for light volume production, the imagePRESS V900 series is capable of monthly print volumes up to 500,000 A4 pages. The series consists of three different entry-level models, the V900, V800 and V700 with print speeds of up to 90 ppm, 80 ppm and 70 ppm respectively. Built to meet the needs of varied production environments, the imagePRESS V900 series deliver superb versatility by incorporating the latest vacuum technology that adjusts the suction force according to different paper weights, stabilising the transport of thick paper.
The imagePRESS V900 series also includes feed rollers and strengthened transport rollers to improve the transport stability for thin, thick and short paper, expanding the variety of high-quality applications printable on the press. Despite having the most compact footprint in the series, the imagePRESS V900 offers versatility across a variety of applications as it supports a wide array of media ranging from 52 gsm plain and 70 gsm coated to 350 gsm thick media, narrow envelopes, auto-duplex 762 mm and simplex 1.3 m banners, as well as embossed and synthetic paper.
Eliminating the need for highly skilled operators, the imagePRESS V900 series incorporates new time- and labour-saving automation features that ensure ease of use. The Duplex Colour Image Reader Unit allows the press to make rapid pre-print adjustments, front and back registration with an impressive 0.8 mm accuracy, colour gradation and density, as well as secondary transfer voltage to ensure high-quality production even on textured media. PSPs can simply run printed adjustment charts through the Automatic Document Feeder, a part of the Duplex Colour Image Reader Unit, and the press makes the required adjustments automatically. Other time-saving features on the imagePRESS V900 series include remote alerts that inform operators when consumables run low.
About Canon Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Canon is a global leader in photographic and digital imaging solutions. Canon Singapore Pte. Ltd. is the headquarters for South & Southeast Asia driving sales, marketing and service strategies. Besides handling the domestic market, the company covers 22 other countries and regions including subsidiaries in India, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. The parent company Canon Inc. has a global network of more than 300 companies and employs about 180,000 people worldwide. Canon is guided by its kyosei philosophy that focuses on living and working together for the common good.
More information is available at https://sg.canon.