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Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000 Printer Unboxing

We recently received a brand new Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000 44” Printer, one of the first units in the country! Below are a few photos of the unboxing. 

Setting the printer up was rather easy with on 2 screws for the stand and 6 to secure the printer to the stand. The color display panel gives step by step instructions for set up once the printer is powered on and plugged in.

Now that we have a demo unit, feel free to give us a call at 1-800-771-9665 or send us an email (info@itsupplies.com) we would be happy to send you a test print directly from Canon’s new imagePROGRAF PRO-4000. If you’re in the area feel free to give us a call and set up a demo of the printer so you can check it out for yourself.

Printer box below, on top is the optional take-up reel for the PRO-4000.The stand of the new imagePROGRAF PRO Series Printers takes only two screws for the frame and six for securing the printer to the unibody frame.2-4 able bodied individuals are needed to lift the printer on the frame 44” PRO-4000. It always helps to have someone guide the printer below the stand.

Check out the size difference between the imagePROGRAF PRO-4000 and Canon’s previous version - the Canon imagePROGRAF 8400. The new unibody design is quite compact compared to older models and even Epson’s newest SureColor 44” (the PRO-4000 is 11” smaller in width.)

Loading cartridges is very easy. It takes about a half hour for inks to charge with the new sub ink tank system of the PRO-4000 Printer. Lights flash when new cartridges are needed.

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