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Canon imagePROGRAF iPF820


$8,000.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Efficient ink usage that keeps cost-per-print down. Easy to change out single colors of ink whenever you need to. Borderless prints are easy to make and go right to the edge.

The Cons:Printheads fail within a year and need replacing, added expense. Prints are prone to quick fading, usually within 3 months.

The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF820 is a 44" large format inkjet printer from Canon's imagePROGRAF Corporate and CAD printer series.  The printer is specially designed for medium to large workgroups for printing complex full-color renderings, GIS maps, as well as CAD drawings and documents.

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  It features a high-speed L-COA processor and a built-in 80GB hard drive for achieving print speeds of up to 688 ft/hr.  The iPF820 utilizes a high-density print head to provide crisp printouts with a resolution of up to 2400 x 1200 dpi.  It is designed with a high-capacity media basket and is also available with an optional stacker for storing high print yields.  The printer includes an economiy print mode for reduced ink consumption and supports USB, ethernet and firewire (optional) interfaces.  The iPF820 is a step up from the iPF810 since it includes dual media rolls for handling large, consecutive print runs.

Features/Specs

  • 5-color, 44-inch printer
  • High-capacity media basket
  • Canon L-COA Processor
  • High-density print head with 4-picoliter droplets
  • Built-in 80GB hard drive
  • Dual media rolls
  • Economy print mode
  • Reactive Ink technology
  • HDI driver for AutoCAD
  • Optional high-capacity stacker
  • Optional PosterArtist poster creating software
  • Print Speed: Up to 688 ft/hr
  • Print Resolution: Up to 2400 x 1200 dpi
  • Connectivity: USB 2.0, Ethernet, Optional Firewire
  • Supported Media Types: Cut Sheet 8"-44", Roll 10"-44"
  • Dimensions: 45.1" (H) x 74.6" (W) x 50.9" (D)
  • 1 year limited warranty

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    efficient ink usage that keeps cost-per-print down

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    easy to change out single colors of ink whenever you need to

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    borderless prints are easy to make and go right to the edge

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    prints come out extremely quick, good for a productivity environment

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    color accuracy is excellent, everything comes out as you intend

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    doesn't make too much noise while printing

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    printheads fail within a year and need replacing, added expense

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    prints are prone to quick fading, usually within 3 months

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