With today's user-friendly and cost-effective devices, it's easy to add wide-format capability in-house.
You can DIY when you need to print wide-format documents. If you're outsourcing your wide-format printing needs, doing it yourself could be:
What large documents do you need to print? Whether you need to print posters, blueprints, maps, construction plans, wide-format printers are more affordable and easier-to-use than ever. The time to research bringing wide-format printing (and scanning) capabilities in-house is now.
If your needs include multifunction wide-format, printers are available that wrap all functions into a single, space-friendly device.
Color and black and white wide-format printers (and multifunction wide-format printers) can output professional quality documents up to 60 inches wide and 472 inches long (that's 5 feet by nearly 40 feet). You can scan documents hundreds of feet long at up to 600 dpi resolution. Wide-format devices can accommodate up to “E” size documents on the largest models. For architectural and engineering needs, wide-format devices easily print and scan “D” size documents (24 x 36 for architecture and 22 x 34 for engineering).
Most wide-format printers and multifunction systems come with a variety of user-friendly functions:
- Large touchscreens for control over print jobs at the device
- Connect to the cloud to scan or print to and from multiple cloud services
- Image overwrite, data encryption, and other data security features
- Stacking for unattended operation
- Up to 2400 dip resolution for crystal clear resolution
- Compact design to save space
- Network connectivity
- USB drive options
If you're an ACE (architecture, construction, and engineering) company, graphic design, government, or any business that needs to regular print and/or scan and copy wide-format documents; you don't need to outsource that capability. Bringing it in-house could save you time and be more cost-effective in the long run.
Whatever wide-format documents your business needs to print, we've got it covered. Click here to contact one of our wide-format print specialists today.