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Canon imagePROGRAF iPF8100


$6,200.00 Released October, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy enough to assemble for entry-level users. Prints are ideal for professional signs or works of art. Paper is cut cleanly after every print, don't have to go back and re-trim the page.

The Cons:Takes up a lot of space, need to plan ahead. Setup takes at least an hour, including assembling the stand and aligning the system.

The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF8100 is a powerful color inkjet printer designed color professionals seeking full-bleed color output, flexible paper handling, and topnotch speed. Unlike its predecessor (iPF8000S), the imagePROGRAF iPF8100 offers a 12-color pigment ink system that delivers excellent color fastness and stability with a wide color gamut.

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Plus, the new ink formulation for black, matte, black, gray, and photo gray reduces bronzing, while enhancing greater ink adhesion to the media. This results in better scratch resistance without additional protection. In addition, the imagePROGRAF iPF8100 features a large 80GB hard drive for storing & processing large capacity print jobs, advanced quality control functions, and a Non-Firing Detection and Compensation Function that automatically cleans clogged nozzle heads. The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF8100 retails for $6169.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • Dual Print-Head Inkjet Technology
  • 12-Color, 44-Inch Printer
  • Ultra-Past Printing
  • Economy Print Mode
  • Advanced Quality Control
  • Efficient Color Configuration
  • Borderless Printing
  • Non-Firing Detection & Compensation
  • USB & Ethernet Interfaces
  • Optional Firewire Interface
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

  • Printing Technology: Dual Print-Head Inkjet
  • Throughput: 350 ft/hr2
  • Hard Drive: 80GB
  • Memory: 384MB
  • Resolution: 2400x1200 dpi
  • Interface: USB, Ethernet
  • Compatibility: Windows, Mac OS
  • Weight: 313lbs (w/Stand)

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    easy enough to assemble for entry-level users

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    prints are ideal for professional signs or works of art

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    paper is cut cleanly after every print, don't have to go back and re-trim the page

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    prints relatively quickly, even larger prints will only be a few minutes

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    fairly cost effective, per-print cost is reasonable

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    starts printing fairly quickly after a print job is sent

Cons
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    takes up a lot of space, need to plan ahead

  • 1

    setup takes at least an hour, including assembling the stand and aligning the system

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