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You are viewing:. With highest levels of precision printing at outstanding speeds and without harmful chemicals it provides superior alternative to conventional silver halide technology. Combined with accelerated one-pass printing using seven fixed line print heads it redefines possibilities of fast photo printing with superb detail.
The 7-ink system in addition to standard CMYK also employs photo cyan, photo magenta and grey inks to produce wider colour gamut with more precise colour control. Dye-based inks deliver photos with smooth gradations, faithful colours and natural skin tones.
With the additional grey ink black and white prints look more natural. An optional paper deck allows for 2 more paper rolls. An automatic double cutter ensures photo merchandise is finished to perfection and double sorting system allows output to be sorted by job order or paper size.
Fixed-line print heads enable prints to be generated in a single pass enabling 10x15cm photos delivery at 40 prints per minute. DreamLabo offers automatic double-sided printing with speeds of up to A4 double-sided pages per hour. The optional Digital Photo Image Enhancement System automatically deals with imperfections such as red eye and colour cast. The dual ink tanks enable an ink colour which has run out to be changed without interrupting printing operation.
Simple periodic maintenance can be undertaken by operators, keeping the device running month after month and there are no harmful chemicals or irritating odours involved. Brochure pdf. Case Studies Left Right. Canon DreamLabo Overview Specification Support Left Right. Colour and mono prints The 7-ink system in addition to standard CMYK also employs photo cyan, photo magenta and grey inks to produce wider colour gamut with more precise colour control.
Productivity and image enhancement Fixed-line print heads enable prints to be generated in a single pass enabling 10x15cm photos delivery at 40 prints per minute. Easy maintenance The dual ink tanks enable an ink colour which has run out to be changed without interrupting printing operation.
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Delivering a new standard of photo prints to satisfy the most demanding customer requirements. Canon's DreamLabo , 7-color inkjet photographic printer delivers a wide color gamut, smooth gradations, vibrant and accurate color reproduction and premium paper options. Featuring ultra-high image resolution, enhanced color range and print quality, your photographs will print in stunning, outstanding image detail and vividness - Create photo books, single prints, calendars, photo cards and more! The DreamLabo technology maximizes high-density inkjets that precisely place large numbers of ink droplets simultaneously to achieve up to dpi resolution in a single pass. Canon's FINE print head technology optimally combines high resolution and high print speeds to help produce even and accurate placement of every microscopic ink droplet. With a wide selection of different finishes available, you can find the right paper to match your needs.
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