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You Won’t Believe Your Eyes
Océ Arizona Series UV flatbed printers
Technology backgrounder
“No compromise” printing
Océ Arizona® Series printers offer breakthrough performance to deliver “no compromise”
printing for a variety of applications. Each model uses UV curable inks and Océ VariaDot ®
imaging technology to deliver near-photographic image quality. Each is built on a true
flatbed architecture to print on almost any rigid media or object, and some feature a
Roll Media Option for printing onto flexible materials. There are a number of significant
technological advances included in the Océ Arizona family of printers, and this
backgrounder will explain their functionality and benefits.
RECOGNIZED FOR EXCEPTIONAL IMAGE QUALITY
All Océ Arizona Series printers share the same award-winning
image quality and robust architecture, reflecting our values of
quality, reliability, productivity, and user-friendliness. Since
the introduction of the Océ Arizona 250 GT printer in 2006,
Océ Arizona Series UV flatbed printers have to date earned
38 industry awards from organizations throughout the world.
These awards validate the quality and innovation built into
every Océ Arizona Series printer.
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Océ VariaDot imaging technology
Fixed Dot Printing
Variable Dot Printing
OCÉ VARIADOT IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
With their outstanding image quality, Océ Arizona Series
printers give professional print service providers the ability
to offer premium printing services. The realistic, photo-like
image quality is due to Océ VariaDot imaging technology.
It uses variable-sized droplets to deliver finer details and
smoother gradients in highlight areas, as well as crisp colors
in the mid-tones and incredible density in shadows and areas
of solid color.
Océ VariaDot imaging technology creates these variable
dots by delivering ink droplets that vary in size from
6 to 42 picoliters. The ability to vary the drop size to as
little as six picoliters produces sharp images with smoother
gradients and quartertones by placing a small and varying
amount of ink at every pixel location without completely filling
the pixel space with color. The ability to jet larger droplets up
to 42 picoliters enables the printer to saturate the entire pixel
space resulting in the production of uniform, solid colors. The
result is near-photographic image quality with sharpness only
before seen at resolutions of 1,440 dpi or higher.
Variable Dots need not fill pixel space
Every Océ Arizona printer can repeatedly print perfectly
registered, multi-color, six-point text. With this image quality,
users can deliver stunning point-of-purchase materials, banners,
exhibit graphics, displays, and more. In addition, shops can
print these near-photographic images on a wide range of rigid
or flexible material to meet diverse customer needs. Models
equipped with High Definition print mode can produce
perfect 2-point text and have the geometric accuracy and
feature resolution needed to support technical and industrial
applications with ease.
UP TO 50% IN INK SAVINGS
In addition to superior image quality, the Océ Arizona 318 and
Océ Arizona 400 or Océ Arizona 600 Series printers equipped
with Océ VariaDot imaging technology rely on only four colors
of ink (CMYK), and use significantly less ink compared to six
color (CMYKcm) printers with fixed-droplet inkjet technology.
The combination of using variable sized droplets to produce
quartertones and fine image details using only four colors,
results in ink consumption up to 50 percent lower than fixeddroplet, six color printers. Océ Arizona Series printers use less
than 8 ml of ink for every square meter (0.74 ml per square
foot) of printing on average as measured by customers. This is a
measured average over millions of printed square meters, not a
theoretical concept. It even includes ink used for maintenance.
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OPTIMIZED WORKFLOW
SYSTEM FLATNESS
TRUE FLATBED
Every Océ Arizona printer is built to meet a system flatness
specification of only 0.0137 inches (350 microns) over the
entire printing area. This means that the highest point in the
entire flatbed system is no more than 350 microns from the
lowest point. The extraordinary attention to detail to meet
this crucial specification means that the printing gap — the
distance between the printhead assembly and the media
surface — is incredibly uniform. This constant print gap
ensures sharp, uniform, density-constant images, wherever
they happen to be printed on the flatbed or RMO and enables
all that to happen bi-directionally for optimal throughput.
Each Océ Arizona Series printer is a true flatbed device
that uses a vacuum system to hold media stationary on a
flat surface, ensuring accurate registration even on multiple
imaging passes. It incorporates precise linear position encoders
providing constant feedback to ensure consistent image quality
and repeatability. The flatbed table architecture is perfectly
repeatable and is so geometrically accurate that a diagonal
line measured corner-to-corner across an XT- or XTS-sized
table 98.4 × 120.1 inches (2.5 × 3.05 m) will vary from
theoretical length by no more than 0.039 inches (1 mm).
ACTIVE PIXEL PLACEMENT COMPENSATION FOR ASSURED
IMAGE SHARPNESS
Within the 350 micron system flatness specification, the
Océ Arizona 400 Series, 600 Series, and 6100 Series models
use Océ’s new active pixel placement compensation to assure
image sharpness, density, and uniformity, whether it is printed
on the flatbed or on the Roll Media Option. This is achieved
by dynamically adjusting the location of individual pixels to
account for localized variations in flatbed or platen height.
REAL-WORLD SYSTEM ORIENTATION
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Océ Arizona Series models print along the long axis of rigid
media to optimize throughput — the fewer the number
of printing passes over the media, the higher the average
productivity. This becomes most evident when printing a
49.2 × 96.4 inch (125 × 250 cm) rigid board during which
the printer is only required to print 49.2 linear inches
(125 linear cm), when most competitive systems would
be forced to print 96.4 linear inches (250 linear cm).
A precision height adjustment feature is included for
“no-guessing” height control of rigid media up to 2.0 inches
(50.8 mm)*. Edge-to-edge (full bleed) prints are easily
produced by the pallet-load, saving time and labor costs in
finishing. Unlike pinch roller or belt-drive systems, there is
no need to clean the drive system of excess ink between prints.
*1.89" (48 mm) on the Océ Arizona 318 GL printer
EXTRA LARGE TABLE ENABLES NON-STOP
PRODUCTIVITY
The extra large size of Océ Arizona XT and XTS printer
models support the printing of oversized sheets and objects up
to 98.4 × 120 inches (250 × 305 cm) in size. Two independent
vacuum systems in Océ Arizona XT and XTS printer models
also enable the printer to be used in a continuous imaging
mode for rigid media up to 49.2 × 96.4 inches (125 × 250 cm,
or a standard four- by eight-foot board). Two rigid boards
can be placed on different areas of the flatbed table. While
one board is being printed, the operator can change the other.
Since the system never has to stop printing for a media change,
no time is lost between prints and significantly higher net
productivity can be achieved.
PRECISE PLACEMENT
The Océ Arizona 6100 Series printers are designed for optimum
productivity and to assist in quickly loading boards onto the
table in perfect, repeatable registration, the Océ Arizona 6100
Series feature a set of five pneumatic registration pins for each
of the two independent vacuum zones.
PRINT ZONE ENHANCEMENTS
The printhead assembly includes an Océ-designed UV
lamp system in which the lamp reflectors also serve as active
shutters. When in the open position, they accurately focus
UV energy on the media surface to cure the ink. When in the
closed position, they protect the operator and the printheads
from excessive UV exposure. This design also eliminates the
by-product of static discharge caused by brush style shields
used in competitive products resulting in less static build up
on the media and fewer resulting printing artifacts.
NOTHING TO HIDE
The open carriage design of Océ Arizona Series printers
enables users to see the print as it develops. Surrounding the
carriage is a sensored, aluminum carriage guard designed to
protect the printer from media collisions by immediately
stopping motion if disrupted. This also protects the user
from injury should he or she inadvertently do the same.
USER-CUSTOMIZABLE VACUUM SYSTEM
All Océ Arizona printers feature multiple vacuum zones — the
number of zones varies by model — that are matched to fit the
media size being printed. Controlled by valve handles located
at the back of the printer, the vacuum zones can be turned
on or off by the operator. A convenient vacuum pump foot
switch enables hands-free activation of the vacuum enabling
the operator to precisely place substrates on the table and hold
them in place while activating the system.
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Multiple zones on Océ Arizona 400, 600, and 6100 Series models
There are six vacuum zones on Océ Arizona GT Series and seven on Océ Arizona XT or XTS Series models. These additional zones
have been configured to match the majority of standard-sized graphic arts media to reduce or eliminate manual masking, thereby
decreasing operator intervention and increasing productivity.
48 x 96 in. (244 x 122 cm)
96 x 48 in. (OR 250 x 125 cm)
40 x 60 in.
40 x 96 in.
36 x 48 in.
24 x 36 in.
140 x 100 cm
80 x 60 cm
18 x 24 in.
Océ Arizona 400 GT Series and Océ Arizona 600 GT Series U.S. overlay zones
244 x 122 cm (OR 250 x 125 cm)
140 x 100 cm
96 x 48 in. (OR 250 x 125 cm)
210 x 100 cm
140 x 100 cm
120 x 80 cm
100 x 70 cm
80 x 60 cm
Océ Arizona 400 GT Series and Océ Arizona 600 GT Series European
overlay zones
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80 x 60 cm
Océ Arizona XT and XTS Series European and U.S. overlay zones
BULK INK SYSTEM DESIGNED FOR PRODUCTIVITY
ROLL MEDIA OPTION
The UV curable ink is packaged in bulk ink bags, minimizing
change-out. A quick-change ink system reduces waste, mess,
and operator intervention. Intelligent ink bag sensing alerts
the operator to an ink change requirement before running
out of ink and ensures the correct ink color is installed. The
temperature regulated ink system maintains consistent ink
temperature and results in predictable, consistent viscosity for
optimal printing, and making ambient temperature control
less critical and much less expensive.
The Roll Media Option expands the functionality of
the majority of Océ Arizona Series printers and increases
opportunities for users by enabling roll-based printing of
flexible media to create banners, point-of-sale displays, backlit
graphics, paper-based posters, and fabric panels. The ability to
exactly match print quality across a wide range of media gives
users an edge in the competitive print-for-pay market when
bidding on complex print campaigns. The Roll Media Option
can be shipped with new orders or it can be added in the
field — all existing Océ Arizona Series units with the exception
of the Océ Arizona 6100 Series, can be upgraded without
hardware modification.
CMYK inks are available in two-liter packages for the
Océ Arizona 400 Series and Océ Arizona 600 Series models,
800 ml packages for the Océ Arizona 318 GL model, and
three-liter pouches for the Océ Arizona 6100 Series. White
ink for Océ Arizona 400 Series, Océ Arizona 600 Series, and
Océ Arizona 318 models equipped with this capability, is
available in a one-liter package. White Ink is available in
two-liter packages for the Océ Arizona 6170 Series. Varnish
for select Océ Arizona 400 Series and Océ Arizona 600 Series
models is available in a one-liter package.
COMPACT FOOTPRINT
The efficient footprint of Océ Arizona printers takes less room
than competitive rigid-capable, roll-based units that require
space on each side of the printer for media handling.
CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION, ROLL TO RIGID
AND BACK AGAIN
Unlike most competitive systems, the rigid and the roll
printing areas do not interfere with each other. The two
printing surfaces can be used sequentially. Once a rigid print
is finished, the printhead assembly is positioned over the
Roll Media Option and begins printing on flexible media.
Meanwhile, the rigid material is swapped out and a new board
is placed on the vacuum table and prepared for printing.
Once the flexible media printing is completed, the printhead
assembly moves back to the table to resume printing on the
rigid media. There is absolutely no down time to reconfigure
the system to change from one print mode to the other.
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As an added benefit of this architectural approach, the
Océ Arizona Series employs a patented technology in which
the gantry assembly is actively moved forward or backward
after each flexible media advance, making micro-corrections to
compensate for media position. The printer precisely measures
flexible media advance and then actively corrects for positional
errors before printing each and every swath to ensure flexible
media imaging of the highest possible quality. This technique
is so effective that most Océ Arizona customers leave their
printers running completely unattended, even overnight.
WHITE INK
Patented and unique to Océ Arizona printers, this technology
results in the highest quality roll media printing yet seen in
a UV curable inkjet system. It greatly reduces the amount of
wasted prints caused by media advance errors.
Over-printing white ink provides a diffusion layer for backlit
applications that will be viewed from the unprinted side,
enabling users to produce high quality backlit images for
point-of-purchase applications. The ability to also print
white ink as a spot color enables white features of images
to be highlighted for greater effect.
The Roll Media Option is a touch-free system — at no point
does any part of the printer or the transport contact the
printing surface of the media. Unlike roll-based systems that
use pinch rollers, this feature enables customers to print on
media sensitive to mechanical marking without marring the
printing surface.
The Roll Media Option can support roll-based stock from
35.4 to 86.6 inches (0.9 to 2.2 meters) wide. Maximum
print width is 86.2 inches (2.19 meters). A cutting guide
slot is included to enable the user to cut media in a
perfectly straight manner while viewing the finished print.
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A wind/rewind foot panel to control roll-to-roll movement
is included. This feature is used to advance and rewind media
during loading and unloading and also enables the operator
to view any part of the roll before cutting and dismounting.
Océ Arizona printers can be equipped with White Ink, which
enables underprinting for non-white media or objects, overprinting for backlit applications on transparent media and/or
printing white as a spot color.
Under-printing white ink provides a base for non-white
surfaces upon which color can be added, giving users the
ability to expand their range of offerings to include specialty
applications.
WHITE INK LAYER OPTIONS
The white ink implementation in Océ Arizona printers enables
users to specify how white ink is applied: below (printed
first), above (printed last) or in-between colors. Users can also
decide to use white as a spot color or as a flood layer. Most
importantly users can decide to print multiple layers of white/
color simultaneously, on the flatbed or on the Roll Media
Option, using one, two or three layers of ink in total. This
gives users the flexibility to create a wide range of applications
on any rigid or flexible material. On the next page are some
specific examples of the ways that white ink workflow can
be applied.
White ink layer options
APPLICATION
BOTTOM
MIDDLE
TOP
NOTES
Backlit first surface (printing on the
front side of the media)
White
CMYK
CMYK
CMYK layers contain
same data
Backlit second surface (printing on
the back side of clear media)
Reverse printed
CMYK
Reverse printed
CMYK
White
Day-Night (first or second surface)
CMYK
White
CMYK
CMYK data is printed reverse
or right-reading
Opaque
White
White
CMYK
3 layers
Opaque
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White
CMYK
2 layers
BACKLIT APPLICATION
OPAQUE APPLICATION
The backlit application involves printing onto a transparent
or translucent material and mounting the finished piece
into a light box or a location where illumination from
behind is possible. In the backlit application, white ink is
intended to provide a light-diffusing layer. This application
is possible using either two or three layers of ink; one layer
of white ink printed above a layer of colored inks (viewed
from the unprinted side) or one layer of white ink printed
above two layers of colored inks for extra density (viewed
from the unprinted side). It is rarely necessary to print two
layers of white ink as a light diffusing layer but some backlit
applications demand extra color density, so the ability to print
multiple color layers combined with the white diffusing layer
is important.
The opaque application involves printing CMYK data onto
non-white media or objects. For this application, white ink is
required both to enable the printer to produce images where
white forms part of the image content, as well as to act as a
base for the CMYK color set.
DAY-NIGHT APPLICATION
Similar to backlit, the day-night application also involves
printing onto a transparent material. A day-night print can
be viewed either front-lit or backlit. This is achieved by
printing color data on two separate layers with a white flood
fill printed as a diffusing layer between them. The ability of the
Océ Arizona printer to lay down all three layers simultaneously
during printing means that this application can be created
using the flatbed table or Roll Media Option. This type of
image can be backlit or front lit, and enables users to turn
light boxes off during daylight hours for reduced energy
consumption — a great ecological benefit for end-users.
For White Ink enabled printers, included are tools in the Job
Control module of the software to enable users to activate a
graphical representation of the print layers, in order to verify
the layer order.
DAY / NIGHT APPLICATION
Print color data on two separate layers
onto transparent media with a white
diffusing layer in the middle.
TOP:
FOUR-COLOR IMAGE
MIDDLE:
WHITE FLOOD FILL
BOTTOM:
FOUR-COLOR IMAGE
TRANSPARENT MEDIA
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UP TO EIGHT INDEPENDENT INK CHANNELS
Océ Arizona 400 Series are available in three different
models featuring four, six, or eight independent ink channels.
Océ Arizona 600 Series are available in two different ink
channel configurations — either four- or six-channels.
The Océ Arizona 6100 Series is available in two different
ink channel configurations — either six- or seven-channels.
The entry level Océ Arizona 318 GL is available preconfigured
from the factory as either 4-color (CMYK) or 4-color
plus white.
With the exception of the Océ Arizona 6100 Series, on
both the six- and eight-channel models, two channels can
be configured in two ways that offer flexibility to meet the
demands of various jobs:
• Varnish + White: With white ink, users can produce
exceptional quality prints on a variety of non-white
substrates — including backlit prints — that can command
premium prices. Varnish can be used as a “spot” (targeted)
or “flood” (overall) decorative element for attention-getting
results at premium prices.
• Double-White: Alternatively, when not required for use
in printing varnish, customers can use this as an additional
white ink channel to provide double the opacity in a single
printing pass for higher productivity when printing white
ink jobs.
Customers can use these two channels in whichever
configuration best suits their needs, changing from varnish +
white to double-white (and vice versa) on demand.
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On eight-channel Océ Arizona 480 printer or six-channel
Océ Arizona 660 and 6100 Series printer models, two
channels are used to enhance both print quality — beyond the
award-winning level already available in every Océ Arizona
printer — and with the Océ Arizona 480 and 660 models,
the print speed by adding extra cyan and magenta nozzle
capacity. Called CM2 [C-M-squared], the additional cyan and
magenta nozzle capacity offers Production print modes that
rival the slower Quality-oriented modes in terms of sharpness,
uniformity and smoothness. In short, CM2 printing offers
higher quality at faster speeds.
The six-channel Océ Arizona 6160 XTS provides CMYKcm
and the seven-channel Océ Arizona 6170 XTS provides
CMYKcm plus an additional white channel. Similar to the
CM2, configuration, the addition of light color inks in the
Océ Arizona 6100 Series provides for even greater image
quality at the high speeds attainable with that model series.
Printer basics
The Océ Arizona Series includes the following models:
6100 SERIES
Océ Arizona 6160 XTS printer
Océ Arizona 6170 XTS printer
600 SERIES
Océ Arizona 660 XT printer
Océ Arizona 660 GT printer
Océ Arizona 640 XT printer
400 SERIES
Océ Arizona 640 GT printer
300 SERIES
Océ Arizona 480 XT printer
Océ Arizona 480 GT printer
Océ Arizona 460 XT printer
Océ Arizona 460 GT printer
Océ Arizona 440 XT printer
Océ Arizona 440 GT printer
Océ Arizona 318 GL printer
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Océ Arizona Series UV flatbed printers
The table below reflects the main features and specifications of each model. An Express print mode is available on all models. Express
mode features the same color density as other print modes and can be used for many applications. It is decidedly not a useless “draft”
mode. On Océ Arizona 400 printer models, a High Definition print mode is available that delivers fine feature reproduction. Using
this print mode, customers can offer higher-profit technical and industrial applications such as printing on lenticular panels and
producing membrane switch panels.
MODEL SERIES,
TABLE SIZE
OCÉ ARIZONA 6100 SERIES,
EXTRA LARGE TABLE
OCÉ ARIZONA 600 SERIES,
EXTRA LARGE TABLE
OCÉ ARIZONA 600 SERIES,
STANDARD SIZE TABLE
OCÉ ARIZONA 6160 XTS PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 640 XT PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 640 GT PRINTER
– with 6 ink channels
– with 4 ink channels
– with 4 ink channels
OCÉ ARIZONA 6170 XTS PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 660 XT PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 660 GT PRINTER
– with 7 ink channels
– with 6 ink channels
– with 6 ink channels
Rigid media size
98.4" x 120" (2.50 m x 3.05 m)
98.4" x 120" (2.50 m x 3.05 m)
49" x 98.4" (1.25 m x 2.50 m)
Rigid media thickness
2" (50.8 mm)
2" (50.8 mm)
2" (50.8 mm)
Océ VariaDot
imaging technology
6 to 42 picoliter droplets, 636 nozzles,
six printheads/color, dual row design
6 to 42 picoliter droplets, 636 nozzles,
two printheads/color, dual row design
6 to 42 picoliter droplets, 636 nozzles,
two printheads/color, dual row design
White Ink
Standard on Océ Arizona 6170 XTS
printer
Standard on Océ Arizona 660 XT
printer
Standard on Océ Arizona 660 GT
printer
Varnish
Not available
Standard on
Océ Arizona 660 XT printer
Standard on
Océ Arizona 660 GT printer
CM2 capability
Not available
Standard on
Océ Arizona 660 XT printer
Standard on
Océ Arizona 660 GT printer
Express print speed
1,668 ft.2/hr. (155 m2/hr.)
696 ft.2/hr. (64.7 m2/hr.)
657 ft.2/hr. (60 m2/hr.)
Production-Squared (CM2)
Not available
535 ft.2/hr. (49.7 m2/hr.)
Océ Arizona 660 XT printer only
498 ft.2/hr. (46.3 m2/hr.)
Océ Arizona 660 GT printer only
Production
1,076 ft.2/hr. (100 m2/hr.)
431 ft.2/hr. (40 m2/hr.)
404 ft.2/hr. (37.5 m2/hr.)
Quality-Squared (CM2)
Not available
358 ft.2/hr. (33.3 m2/hr.)
337 ft.2/hr. (31.3 m2/hr.)
Quality
775 ft.2/hr. (72 m2/hr.)
325 ft.2/hr. (30.2 m2/hr.)
306 ft.2/hr. (28.4 m2/hr.)
Fine Art
Not available
259 ft.2/hr. (24.0 m2/hr.)
244 ft.2/hr. (22.7 m2/hr.)
High definition
Not available
Not available
Not available
UV curing technology
497 mm, high output/low heat UV arc
lamp with integrated shutter/reflector
171 mm, high output/low heat UV arc
lamp with integrated shutter/reflector
171 mm, high output/low heat UV arc
lamp with integrated shutter/reflector
Roll Media
Not available
Available option, up to 86.6" (2.2 m)
Available option, up to 86.6" (2.2 m)
AVAILABLE MODELS
PRINT MEDIA AND SPEEDS*
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OCÉ ARIZONA 400 SERIES,
EXTRA LARGE TABLE
OCÉ ARIZONA 400 SERIES,
STANDARD SIZE TABLE
OCÉ ARIZONA 440 XT PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 440 GT PRINTER
– with 4 ink channels
– with 4 ink channels
OCÉ ARIZONA 460 XT PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 318 GL PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 460 GT PRINTER
– with 6 ink channels
– with 6 ink channels
OCÉ ARIZONA 480 XT PRINTER
OCÉ ARIZONA 480 GT PRINTER
– with 8 ink channels
OCÉ ARIZONA 300 SERIES,
STANDARD SIZE TABLE
– with 8 ink channels
98.4" x 120" (2.50 m x 3.05 m)
49" x 98.4" (1.25 m x 2.50 m)
49" x 98.4" (1.25 m x 2.50 m)
2" (50.8 mm)
2" (50.8 mm)
1.89" (48 mm)
6 to 42 picoliter droplets, 636 nozzles,
one printhead/channel, single row design
6 to 42 picoliter droplets, 636 nozzles,
one printhead/channel, single row design
6 to 42 picoliter droplets, 318 nozzles,
one printhead/channel, single row design
Standard on Océ Arizona 480 XT printer
and Océ Arizona 460 XT printer
Standard on Océ Arizona 480 GT printer
and Océ Arizona 460 GT printer
Available option (factory only)
Standard on Océ Arizona 480 XT printer
and Océ Arizona 460 XT printer
Standard on Océ Arizona 480 GT printer
and Océ Arizona 460 GT printer
Not available
Standard on Océ Arizona 480 XT printer
Standard on Océ Arizona 480 GT printer
Not available
368 ft.2/hr. (34.2 m2/hr.)
353 ft.2/hr. (32.8 m2/hr.)
194 ft.2/hr. (18.0 m2/hr.)
272 ft.2/hr. (25.3 m2/hr.)
Océ Arizona 480 XT printer only
264 ft.2/hr. (24.5 m2/hr.)
Océ Arizona 480 GT printer only
Not available
226 ft.2/hr. (21.0 m2/hr.)
219 ft.2/hr. (20.3 m2/hr.)
131 ft.2/hr. (12.2 m2/hr.)
Not available
Not available
Not available
155 ft. /hr. (14.4 m /hr.)
151 ft. /hr. (14.0 m /hr.)
90 ft.2/hr. (8.4 m2/hr.)
126 ft.2/hr. (11.7 m2/hr.)
122 ft.2/hr. (11.3 m2/hr.)
68 ft.2/hr. (6.3 m2/hr.)
66 ft.2/hr. (6.1 m2/hr.)
64 ft.2/hr. (5.9 m2/hr.)
Not available
110 mm, high output/low heat UV arc
lamp with integrated shutter/reflector
110 mm, high output/low heat UV arc
lamp with integrated shutter/reflector
110 mm, high output/low heat UV arc
lamp with integrated shutter/reflector
Available option, up to 86.6" (2.2 m)
Available option, up to 86.6" (2.2 m)
Available option, up to 86.6" (2.2 m)
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UPGRADE PATH
THE FOLLOWING UPGRADES ARE AVAILABLE1:
Océ Arizona 400 Series printers include six different UV
flatbed models featuring four, six, or eight independent ink
channels in two different flatbed sizes. The Océ Arizona 600
Series printers include four different UV flatbed models
featuring four or six independent ink channels in two different
flatbed sizes. The Océ Arizona 6100 Series printers include
two models featuring six or seven independent ink channels.
An upgrade path is available to ensure that the investment in
an Océ Arizona 400 Series printer, Océ Arizona 600 Series
printer, or Océ Arizona 6100 Series printer is protected from
obsolescence.
• Océ Arizona 440 printer to Océ Arizona 460 printer
adds Varnish + White or Double-White capability
Océ Arizona 440 GT printer, Océ Arizona 640 GT printer,
Océ Arizona 440 XT printer, and Océ Arizona 640 XT printer
models include CMYK ink channels only, for those shops
that do not initially need the capacity for Varnish or White
Ink printing. Similarly, the Océ Arizona 6160 XTS supports
CMYKcm with no White Ink channel. All these Océ Arizona
printer models are designed to grow with a print service
provider’s business. Owners can upgrade at any time to add
more application versatility and improve productivity.
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• Océ Arizona 460 printer to Océ Arizona 480 printer
adds CM2 capability
• Océ Arizona 440 printer to Océ Arizona 480 printer
adds Varnish + White or Double-White capability, plus
CM2 capability
• Océ Arizona 640 printer to Océ Arizona 660 printer adds
Varnish + White or Double-White or CM2 capability
• Océ Arizona 6160 XTS printer to Océ Arizona 6170 XTS
printer adds White capability
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pgrades apply only to ink configurations, not table sizes. Océ Arizona GT
U
printer tables cannot be upgraded to Océ Arizona XT printer tables.
IDEAL FOR PRINT-AND-CUT APPLICATIONS
Because of the stationary vacuum table and generous media
thickness allowance of all Océ Arizona Series printers,
print-and-cut jobs have become key applications for print
service providers. Paired with a digital cutting system,
such as a Zünd G3 cutter, the two can be used to produce
point-of-sale structural displays, exhibit furniture, packaging
prototypes and more.
Stationary
vacuum table
Carriage
Stationary substrate
Moving gantry
MEET NEARLY ANY PRINTING NEED
If a job can be printed digitally, it most likely can be produced
on an Océ Arizona Series printer. With the ability to print on
a wide variety of media and objects, print service providers
can capture revenue from applications ranging from standard
sign and display (POP, retail signage, backlit signs) to specialty
and industrial applications where the decorated substrate
is not meant primarily for display purposes (e.g. package
prototyping, short-run packaging, wallpaper and interior
decoration, and consumer product decoration).
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Océ Arizona Series Awards
Creating global leadership
in printing
Canon and Océ join forces to create the global leader in the
printing industry. For our customers this combines Canon
and Océ technology with the support of the Océ direct sales
and service organizations. Look to the new Canon-Océ
combination for:
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• Enterprise printing in the office and corporate printroom
• Large format printing of technical documentation,
signage and display graphics
• Production printing for marketing service bureaus and
graphic arts
• Business services for document process outsourcing
For information and services, visit us at:
www.csa.canon.com
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Large Format Solutions
100 Park Boulevard
Itasca, Illinois 60143
1-800-714-4427 | 1-630-250-6550
email: us.info@csa.canon.com
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Océ Arizona is a registered trademark of Océ Display Graphics Systems, Inc. CANON is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and
may also be registered trademarks or trademarks in other countries. All other referenced product names and marks are trademarks of their respective
owners and are hereby acknowledged. ©2014 Canon Solutions America, Inc. All rights reserved. *Quoted print speeds are based on print time from
first to last pixel printed utilizing maximum image area. Specifications subject to change without notice.
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