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Durable Large Formats

Strong sunlight or moisture can damage building plans. Canon’s iPF TX-3000 and TX-4000 large format printers use a pigment ink that improves the durability of the prints and, according to the manufacturer, does not fade or smear even under adverse conditions. The Papiertechnische Stiftung in Heidenau has issued the PTS certificate for the printers in accordance with section 29 of the official German regulations for notaries (DONot), which attests to their suitability for long-term archiving. Both printers plot up to a width of 111.8 cm with fine lines, which are required for architectural and cadastral plans, among other things.

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