Outstanding large format prints for your designs
The imagePROGRAF iPF610 is a 24” (A1) large format printer that delivers outstanding results – whether it’s producing eye-catching graphics for your clients or rendering detailed architectural plans from your CAD applications.
Optimal image quality and productivity for your business
The iPF610 incorporates Canon’s 5-colour dye-and-pigment ink system for optimal results in your business. The Canon 1” print head gives reproduction of 1200 dpi, a 4 pl droplet size and an impressive total of 15,360 nozzles. The five-colour reactive ink system enhances the quality of prints by ensuring that there is less bleeding and solid image consistency, therefore delivering output that retains more accuracy and sharpness – however detailed.
The fast prints speeds (31 seconds for A1 prints in fast mode) make the iPF610 ideal for producing detailed plans quickly when they are needed - without needing to send the work to a local print specialist.
Ideal for specialist CAD applications
The iPF610 has been designed to provide the quality line rendering and productivity needed for specialist CAD usage. Building on the success of its predecessor the iPF600, the iPF610 now offers full support for specialist CAD file formats HP-GL/2, HP RTL file formats as well as providing an HDI driver for Windows. A sizeable 256MB memory ensures even the most complex of files can be easily processed.
Capable and easy-to-use
An LCD control panel features graphic animations to ensure it’s quick and easy to get to grips with the device – even if you have never handled a large format printer before. Powerful but easy to use software aids the process – so even more complex tasks are easily achieved.Although very compact in design the iPF610 also incorporates 4 media paths – a roll, cassette and two manuals - and automatic switching of roll media for additional convenience. In fact the cassette media-feeding system enables new sheets to be fed prior to the previous sheet being ejected. A newly designed fan system ensures the device is incredibly quiet – so it’s the output not the noise that gets you noticed.