Canon imagePROGRAF GP-520 and GP-540

The Perfect Poster Print That Stands Out

The new Canon imagePROGRAF GP-540 and GP-520 redefine high-quality poster printing by introducing world’s first* aqueous pigment fluorescent ink, enabling wider colour gamut and striking fluorescent colour to be printed on every poster.

*Among major manufacturers of aqueous pigment large format printers excluding sublimation transfer
system, as of September 30, 2021. Canon research.

Exceptional Levels of Productivity

The GP-540 & GP-520 can be equipped
with an optional roll unit, allowing dual
roll for continuous printing. In addition,
the roll unit can also be configured
as a bi-directional media take-up unit
to rewind longer prints for further
processing such as lamination.

Large capacity ink tanks can be used interchangeably, balancing between high volume continuous printing needs and managing running cost. Hot-swap ink tank allows ink tank replacement while printing, avoiding downtime
during continuous printing and allows you to make full use of the ink in the ink tanks.

Industry Leading Media Handling Capability

Paper loading process could not be more convenient – all you have to do is load a roll of paper from the front, and the printer takes over all responsibility for loading the paper and detecting the media type, length and width. The remaining roll length is displayed on the operation
panel and a warning is given when there is not enough media left for the print job.

Industry Standard Coverage

The new imagePROGRAF GP series has been awarded the world’s first PANTONETM 1-calibrated license for “PANTONE PASTELS & NEONS GUIDE Coated”2, which includes fluorescent and pastel colours, in addition to 99% coverage of “PANTONE FORMULA GUIDE Solid Coated”3 , which is used in a wide range of applications such as printing and design.

Consistent Colour Reproduction

The built-in multi-sensor scans the printed inks to compensate for variations due to differences between
printers or changes over time. The amount of ink ejected is adjusted accordingly to the correct density
to achieve consistent colour reproduction. This enables simple, fast and highly accurate adjustment
of printed colours on a wide range of media at no additional cost, providing an economical, fast and
simple workflow for users.

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