Océ Auto Pilot picks up registration marks on the printed output using Canon EOS imaging technology. The ceiling-mounted device then instructs the Océ ProCut software to instigate the required finishing process to the exact specification of each individual job on the cutting table. Océ Auto Pilot has been developed by Canon in collaboration with Zünd Skandinavien.
Mark Lawn, Director, Graphic and Communications Group - Canon Europe, commented: ‘We’re immensely proud of the role Océ Arizona has played in the evolution of thousands of businesses since its launch in 2007, and to see its impact so widely acknowledged by the market.
‘The Océ Arizona series has been pivotal to the digital revolution in wide format, enabling print service providers of all sizes to embrace the potential of flatbed technology for graphics, decorative and functional applications. Océ Arizona has helped signmakers and graphics producers to migrate successfully from analogue processes and unlock the potential of digital technology, in particular for creative, high-value customised applications on rigid materials.’
The machines can be used to produce a wide range of POS material and for brand campaigns such as on backlits, window and wall decorations, floor graphics, signage, banners, posters and lenticular prints. © www.canon.com