The Océ Arizona 1300 series has productive print modes, optional light and white ink support, optically clear varnish and enhanced screening.
It allows print providers with photographic or fine-art applications to print on a wide range of media, including odd-shaped, heavy, smooth or pre-cut media and unusual objects such as canvas, glass or wood.
Customers can choose from three GT models (Océ Arizona 1340 GT, 1360 GT, 1380 GT) with a flatbed print area of 49.2 inches x 98.4 inches, or three larger 121.3 inches x 98.4 inches XT models (Océ Arizona 1340 XT, 1360 XT, 1380 XT).
"In the Océ Arizona 1300 series, exceptional print quality comes standard," said Shinichi Yoshida, EVP and GM, Canon U.S.A., Inc. "The new Océ Arizona 1300 series can provide our flatbed customers with a solution to the same two challenges they consistently face – the need to boost productivity and to diversify their applications portfolio to help open up new business opportunities."
With instant-on printing, the Océ Arizona 1300 series printer is ready when the end-user is. The Océ Arizona 1300 series delivers sharp, high-key prints up to 568 square feet per hour and high-density prints up to 380 square feet per hour. The new LED UV curing system offers instant-on capability.
With the built-in Automated Maintenance System for hands-free printhead maintenance, nozzle function for all colors can be selectively restored in seconds.
The Océ Arizona 1300 series can be upgraded at any time such as by adding additional ink channels up to a maximum of eight, the Roll Media Option, or a Static Suppression Upgrade Kit that provides active suppression of static electricity when printing on hard plastic materials such as acrylic, polycarbonate and styrene.
Also, customers have the option to add light cyan and light magenta inks, plus Canon’s brightest white ink ever, or optically clear varnish to the ink channels.
The new IJC357 UV inks are Greenguard Gold certified.
The Océ Arizona 1300 series is expected to be available in the U.S. from March 2019 onwards.