Canon imagePRESS C750

The Canon imagePRESS C750 is designed to provide exceptionally vibrant and consistent image quality on a wide variety of media. Consisting of the imagePRESS C850 and C750 digital color production presses, this new series incorporates a variety of new features and technology to help meet the requirements of the markets it is designed for: commercial printers, in-plant operations, franchise printers and other print service providers.

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Canon imagePRESS C750 Features

Vivid and Consistent Color The imagePRESS C850 Series is designed to provide offset-like image quality through Canon’s Gloss Optimization technology, enabling to match the gloss of the toner image to that of the media used, and with a 32-beam R-VCSEL red laser to help produce crisp and clear images efficiently at 2400 x 2400 dpi. With a number of screen patterns to choose from, the press now offers a new 190 lpi (lines per inch) dot screen for increased flexibility and optimized quality closer to offset.

Reliability and Productivity To help meet the growing demands of print service providers, the imagePRESS C850 and C750 devices operate at print speeds of up to 85 and 75 Letter-sized pages per minute, respectively, in color and black-and-white. These digital presses provide reliable paper feeding with air separation and double sheet detection intended to reduce paper jams and production interruptions. First-time-right results with consistent color and precise registration achieved by the Compact Registration Module help increase the amount of sellable output.

Media Versatility and In-Line Finishing The imagePRESS C850 Series supports a variety of in-line finishing options to help expand the offerings of print service providers, including the ability to stack, fold, saddle-stitch, staple, perfect-bind and ring-bind. Utilizing Canon’s unique die set, this new finishing module can professionally crease documents in-line to produce folded applications, including saddle stitch booklets, with less paper cracking on the spine of the document.