Canon announces new aqueous lFP printers

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Nessan Cleary

Canon has updated its ImagePrograf Pro range of wide format printers, which print with aqueous inks and are mainly aimed at the photography, proofing and print for pay markets. The new versions use the same imaging system but have gained a new automated media loading system and come with software to help with design and nesting layout.

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