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Canon presents a powerful scanning workflow solution with the imagePROGRAF with Colortrac Scanning System. This integrated system is ideal for users wishing to archive, email, or copy large-format prints. This product can be incorporated into a variety of markets including CAD, AEC, and GIS, and can be used for countless applications such as maps, blueprints, photographs, drawings, court documents, newsprint, etc. This Scan-Copy-Print Solution can scan to print color or black and white documents up to 44 inches wide at high speeds with great accuracy, at an exceptional value.
The imagePROGRAF with Colortrac Scanning System includes all components necessary to save scanned images to disc in various file formats, distribute them electronically, and copy large drawings quickly and accurately.
This system has solid-state optical document sensors, with auto size detection. Variable hold-down pressure handles virtually any document including flimsy tissues, creased maps, and thick cards. The side justified, straight through media path transports originals through the scanner at 0.1% +/- 1 pixel accuracy. Flexible document format up to 44" wide by unlimited length & 40" image width, which is ideal for most documents in the AEC, CAD, GIS, archive and reproduction markets. Documents are fed into the scanner from the front, side justified over a gently curved feed tray and detected by reliable, solid state optical sensors for optimum support and positioning of the original. Precision power rollers with 20 offset, dual independently suspended high grip contour rollers transport documents gently and accurately through the scanner. The standard hold down setting is pre-compressed for normal originals with gradually lower pressure settings available for high impact and scratch resistance-more than five times that of normal optical glass. Use Canon's large variety of media to make copies closely matching the original substrate.