Specs: A1+ (610mm)/B0+ (1118mm) Wide Format Printer, 72 A1 Prints per Hour (Draft, A1 Plain Paper Colour Line Drawing), 8GB Virtual Memory, Up to 2400x1200 dpi Optimised Resolution, 160GB Hard Disk (PS Model Only), Adobe PostScript 3 (PS Model Only) , Adobe PDF 1.7 (PS Model Only), USB Port for Direct Printing, Networked, USB
Specs: A1 (24 Inch) Wide Format Printer, Draft A1 Prints in up to 68 Seconds, 12 Colours, 30,720 Nozzles, 2400x1200 dpi Optimised Resolution, Borderless Printing, High Precision Photo Mode, High Precion Text/Line Mode, 80GB Hard Disk, Gigabit Networking, USB, Stand not included
Specs: A0 (610mm) / B0+ (1118mm) Wide Format Printer, Economic A1 colour image: 2min/page (coated), 2400x1200 dpi Optimised, 80GB Hard Disk, Embedded Adobe Postcript 3 (ps Only), Adobe PDF RIP (ps Only), Networked, USB
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£2719.86 ex vat
£3263.83 inc vat
Buy a wide format printer at Printware
Wide format refers to inkjet printers which print on paper wider than A3 and are used by people who are pretty serious about what they're printing. Despite the seemingly narrow definition, wide format printers have a variety of uses and there is a specific machine for each one. Architects and planners, for example, need machines which produce accurate and detailed drawings, with crisp, clear lines whereas a marketing agency would require vivid colour reproduction. Wide format printers are used, amongst other things, to produce gallery quality prints for exhibits and promotional, point-of-sale or other marketing materials. Smaller organisations may use wide format printers to create finished output while larger businesses would use them for proofing before committing to a large, expensive print run on a lithographic press. Finding the right wide format printer for the right task requires expertise so our specialist advisors will work with you to tailor the best possible solution for your business.