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Canon aims to inspire to ‘Make It Big’ at FESPA 2022

Wide Format Solutions


At this year’s FESPA, 31 May to 3 June 2022 in Berlin, Canon (hall 3.2, stand A30) will be helping print companies to ‘Make It Big’ by being bolder and leaving a more lasting impression on their customers. The bigger the impact, the greater the value. The ‘Make It Big’ campaign has been developed for this year’s event as a continuation of the ‘Make It’ drive to help print professionals boost business growth, optimise performance and maximise new opportunities in large format graphics. To support customers with this, Canon will be showcasing three European premieres of new large format digital print solutions at the event.

Canon will help large format graphics professionals to ‘Make It Eye Catching’, giving them guidance on how they can leave a lasting impression on their customers, whether it is in terms of sheer size, colour, special effects or personalisation of applications. To show stand visitors how to ‘Make It Smart’, the company is demonstrating a fully automated, end to end solution that allows attendees to track a print order of inspiring high value applications from submission right through to final delivery. To show what can be achieved with this process, on the stand it will have a simulated retail shop to show a range of print applications for a product and its packaging, as well as associated point of sale and promotional display applications. Visitors will be encouraged to spot opportunities to ‘Make It Grow’, looking at how they can expand their business into new markets and application areas, such as interior décor or display and packaging.

Canon will also reveal three new technology innovations in roll to roll printing, high volume flatbed printing, and workflow automation.

The Colorado 1630 and Colorado 1650 will be on display to demonstrate the benefits of UVgel technology. With its ability to produce multiple applications, from designer wallpaper and stunning decals to high impact front and back lit signage, the Colorado series is a versatile investment.

Recognising the continued importance and growth of the digital wallpaper market, Canon has devoted a section of its stand to the ‘UVgel Wallpaper Factory’ to allow visitors to see production in action. This end to end solution showcases the capability of the Colorado 1650 when used in line with the Fotoba jumbo roll, cutting and rewinding modules in producing a variety of curated wallcoverings ready to ship.

Visitors the partner Farben-Frikell’s booth, adjacent to the Canon stand, can also find out more about the entry level UV-LED flatbed Arizona 135 GT. This printer is the ideal investment for companies looking to extend their offering and branch out into large format flatbed applications such as retail graphics, point of sale, short run packaging, interiors, outdoor graphics and backlit signage.


Canon will also be showcasing its Arizona 2380 XTF with IJC358 UV curable inks. Built around Arizona Flow technology, the printer’s zoneless vacuum bed substantially reduces the need to mask the table or tape down the media, significantly speeding up turnaround times. The printer can also work with more challenging media such as cardboard, wood or glass.


Riding the colour wave, the imagePrograf GP-4000 (44 inch) will be on show to demonstrate how applications produced by the smaller of the large format printers can pack just as much of a punch as those printed on the larger wide format machines. Boasting ten colours including red, orange, green, violet and fluorescent pink, the GP-4000 can make vivid shades pop, reproduce perfect pastels and bring campaign visuals to life.

The imagePrograf TZ-30000 Series will highlight how fast paced businesses working to tight deadlines can maintain the rapid production of posters CAD/GIS drawings, renderings, and maps. With excellent media handling on uncoated or lightweight coated paper, this robust printer is the ideal choice for customers in architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing, as well as professional print service providers and copy shops.


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