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The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF770 MFP OFFICE 36" large format imaging system is designed to meet the speed and precision requirements for AEC, CAD, MCAD, ECAD, and applications, with outstanding ease-of-operation to handle all-purpose, office projects. The iPF770 MFP OFFICE provides a fast and effective system for copying, archiving and distributing maps, drawings, renderings, site and facilities management plans, design and layout proofs, posters and more.
With true 600dpi optical resolution, CIS scanning technology for incredible line definition and accuracy, and room for documents up to 36", the iPF770 MFP OFFICE is a versatile imaging solution. And with dynamic preview and a large, simple-to-use touch-screen interface, one-click scanning/copying has never been easier. Comes standard with the ability to scan to PDF, JPEG, and TIFF file formats.
An environmentally-conscious design with fully front-accessible operations allows for outstanding ease-of-use and flush wall installation in any environment. From loading paper to navigating through an intuitive control panel, the iPF770 MFP OFFICE simplifies your workflow. With a sub-ink tank system and Gigabit Ethernet support, the iPF770 MFP OFFICE provides the versatility and flexibility needed to be used in a wide variety of industries and applications, all in one captivating package.
High productivity Expect exceptional productivity with draft A0 prints available in just 48 seconds. Canon’s L-COA image processing technology and Gigabit Ethernet compatibility ensure stunning high-speed reproductions on everything from architectural plans to geographic information.
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USB 2.0, 10/100/1000 Base-T/TX
59.3” x 34.3” x 43.1”
Roll Feed - 10" - 36" (254mm - 914mm) Cut Sheet - 8" - 36" (203.2mm - 914mm)
Approx. 141.1 lbs with stand
Basic Scan Functions
TIF, JPG, PDF file formats
Basic Copy Functions
Supports one printer
Closed loop colour calibration(CLC)
Basic image adjustments
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