Dual print heads, along with pigment-based ink technology, deliver amazing image quality every time.
Brilliant colour-rich CAD drawings, printed fast
When you work in an industry where the smallest details need clarity, and good design matters. The MP CW2201SP is a wide format printer that lets you scan and send files easily.
- Energy saving
Low power mode and Sleep Mode for low energy consumption
- No smudges
Fast drying ink and minimal dot spread keep print jobs clean
- Easy access
Front panel access replenishes paper and ink. Paper basket collects and stacks output
- Compact size
Space saving design for easy fit in small offices
Printing performance, scanning flexibility
Print wide format drawings for construction, engineering and architecture offices in high resolution colour. Copy, print and scan A1 and A0 documents with vivid resolution. The large operation panel uses intuitive touchscreen functionality where you can tap into cloud based applications to simplify tasks, create shortcuts. The built-in scanner delivers files where you need them, like an email or folder. Easily print or scan straight from a USB or SD card. Improve data integrity with added security features.
Intuitive design for innovative creators
Architects, engineers, contractors and designers – those who can truly appreciate smart design – will embrace this system’s ergonomic features and unique clamshell configuration. It offers easy front access to paper rolls and ink cartridges. An attached paper basket neatly collects and stacks printed output.
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- Print, copy and scan in full colour
- Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution
- Paper width 210 to 914.4 mm
- Up to 15,000 mm output size
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