Last month, Canon announced it added four new models to the imagePROGRAF series of printers. These new models now offer fluorescent pink pigment ink, a first for aqueous printers.
“We are excited to partner with Canon U.S.A., Inc. to offer our customers the first-ever aqueous printer with fluorescent ink,” says C.J. Forker, LexJet VP of Sales. “The new Canon imagePROGRAF GP Series will help meet the increased demand for intense, eye-catching colors for applications that include high-impact pop art, point-of-purchase graphics, posters, and more.”
The new imagePROGRAF GP-4000 (44-in) and GP-2000 (24-in) use ten colors, including red, orange, green, and violet ink, plus the new fluorescent pink ink. The imagePROGRAF GP-300 (36-in) and GP-200 (24-in) use five colors plus fluorescent pink ink.
Print service providers can create high-impact graphic posters, wall art, and custom pop art. Artists, retailers, and entertainment venues are just some of the customers who are frequently purchasing tailored graphics with vivid neon and fluorescent colors.
- Design Department
- Advertising Companies
- Hospitality/Beverage Distributors
The imagePROGRAF GP Series printers are available for pre-order now, with shipping planned for November.