Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., recently celebrated the unveiling of the much-anticipated mural inspired by the TRIPOD at Writers Room program co-founded by Drexel University and Canon Solutions America. The TRIPOD participants’ writing and images were incorporated into a custom-designed mural, which was printed locally by Color Reflections on an Océ Colorado 1640 Printer and installed this week at the university.

Teletransfer provides graphic liveries for the Barcelona municipal fleet of 600 buses. Born in 1992 as an advertising agency, Teletransfer started its own digital printing service four years later, aiming to provide a more competitive proposition to customers.

Studio Bell was established as a graphic studio in Warsaw in 1998. Founded by Bartosz Świderski, the studio initially dealt with printing small and medium-format materials. After just twelve months or so, in 1999, Studio Bell invested in new machines for producing large-format graphic materials, which enabled the realization of large-format orders for individuals and business customers.

PRO-KOMP was established in 1998, created and owned by Michał Sokołowski — a technology enthusiast for whom investing in new devices is on one hand a step forward for business, and on the other hand a pretext to learn about the latest market trends of digital printing solutions. The company's name itself embodies its initial profile — when operations first began, PRO-KOMP sold computer components and IT services.

Van Vliet Printing, a Dutch print and graphic arts specialist, was one of the first companies in Europe to install Canon’s new Océ Colorado 1640 64” roll-to-roll printer to drive further production efficiencies and business growth. From early roots in letterpress printing, the company, located in Hoorn, 35km north of Amsterdam, today offers a full range of printing services including small and large format digital printing, contour cutting and laser cutting for commercial applications, promotional graphics, point of sale materials and customised packaging.

Poster Expo is an established provider of display solutions, located in Villeneuve-la-Garenne in the northern Paris suburbs. The 14-year-old company has developed a strong specialism in exhibition stand build and decoration, supplemented by high-quality display graphics work for creative agencies and copy shops outsourcing wide-format print for customers. An online ordering system also brings in smaller jobs direct from end users, such as posters and textile flags.

Based in Colmar, in the French province of Alsace, Topcolor Numéric was France’s first customer to install the Océ Colorado 1640 roll-to-roll printer, featuring Canon UVgel technology.

Canon UK today launches the new Océ Colorado 1650 printer, extending customer choice by expanding the series of roll-to-roll large format devices featuring Canon UVgel technology. The Océ Colorado 1650 introduces a new flexible ink and Océ FLXfinish, meeting the needs of customers wanting increased media versatility to fuel business growth.

Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., today announced the installation of the new Océ Colorado 1640 in eleven key Riot Creative Imaging locations throughout North America: Las Vegas, NV; Costa Mesa and Santa Clara, CA; Houston, TX; Miami and Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; Tulsa, OK; Honolulu, HI; Clawson, MI; and Vancouver, British Columbia. Riot Creative Imaging is a global leader in creative imaging for events, indoor and outdoor environments, signage, banners, marketing collateral, and more.

Industry-leading pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) supplier, Mactac®, proudly announces a new association with Canon Solutions America, Inc.

Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that the Océ Colorado 1640 large format digital printer has received Type II ASTM F793 certification without a topcoat or lamination for its inks when printed on the 20 oz. wallcovering base material by Roysons’ DreamScape, a vinyl and fabric wallcovering manufacturer for large format custom digital printing. Created and maintained by nonprofit trade organization The Wallcovering Association, Type II certification standards were developed to help ensure consistent quality, safety, and durability of mid to heavyweight wallcoverings in a wide variety of settings.

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