All in one solution – The TM-305 MFP T36 Scan-To-Copy/File/Share system is designed to provide fast, high-quality, large format image capture-to-output. More than just the sum of its parts, it is the versatility of the product that helps make it stand out. This multi-component system gives the user the opportunity to be more productive by being able to print and scan at the same time. The open architecture of the computer can be used to load additional programs, among other things. The printer’s ability to print on a wide variety of media lends itself to uses in many departments and applications as well.
Lucia TD Pigment Ink Set – The TM-305 device features a 5-color TD pigment ink set. This ink was formulated to produce fine lines and sharp text on both inkjet and non-inkjet paper. Combine this pigment ink with water resistant media and you have a printed drawing that can withstand many outdoor conditions, especially outdoor job sites such as construction sites. Available in 130 ml or 300 ml ink tanks. 490 ml of ink ships standard with the TM-305.
Optimal for the office – With faster printing of multipage files, the TM Series can print up to 144 D sized prints per hour. The flatbed stacker/basket provides the capability to neatly stack up to twenty Arch D plain paper prints. The TM-305 is well suited for busy office environments as it is 60% quieter than previous imagePROGRAF printers and offers less distraction in the workplace. A good fit for small offices, the compact TM-305 has a small footprint for a 36-inch large format aqueous inkjet printer.
Sub ink tank system – The Sub-Ink Tank System allows virtually all of the available ink in a tank to be used before having to replace it, helping to eliminate wasted ink. The empty tanks can also be replaced on-the-fly without stopping the printer. This is extremely useful during your long print jobs.
L-COA processor – Canon’s advanced print head technology achieves speeds up to 144 A1 sized prints per hour on uncoated media. Powering these incredible print speeds is Canon’s L-COA processor, which controls the optimal ink layout helping to ensure high resolution output.