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Canon to market D.Gen dye-sublimation inkjet printers
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Oct '15
Canon Solutions America will offer to its customer's D.Gen brand of large format dye-sublimation inkjet printers from Media One Digital Imaging Solutions, LLC.

“In addition, Media One will become an authorised reseller of the Océ Arizona series of flatbed printers,” a press release from Canon Solutions stated.

Media One, an expert in the large format soft signage market, will support Canon Solutions America's efforts with its technical knowledge and after-sales support.

Apart from offering full soft signage solutions to its customers, Canon Solutions America will also offer financing through Canon Financial Services to these customers.

“This is an important partnership for our organisation as we continue to expand our range of print solution offerings,” said Sal Sheikh, vice president, Marketing, Large Format Solutions, Canon Solutions America.

“The large format graphics market for fabric or soft signage applications is growing rapidly and we can now provide our customers with a range of direct to fabric printers and finishing solutions," he added.

“The new partnership allows Canon Solutions America to quickly bring to market a customer solution from printing to finishing, including a full line of market-leading consumables and colour management tools,” Canon too added.

Canon Solutions America will be introducing the D.Gen Teleios Grande G5 printer as the initial offering under this agreement at the SGIA Expo in Atlanta which runs from November 4-6, 2015 at booth no. 3713.

The G5 printer features a 4-colour direct-to-fabric printing system and inline fixation unit and can print on 3.3 metre rolls of fabric at speeds up to 1,991 square feet per hour and at a maximum 1,800 dpi resolution.

Canon Solutions America provides industry leading enterprise, production and large format printing solutions and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc. (AR)

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