Exceptional print quality, flexible media handling and non-stop productivity ensure the imagePRESS 1125 handles all your mid volume production workloads with ease.
Built on the technology platform of the highly successful imagePRESS C7000VP series, Canon’s imagePRESS 1125 introduces new levels of print quality, productivity and versatility to black and white mid-volume production.
Adept at anything from fast turnaround, short-runs to complex Variable Data Printing, the imagePRESS 1125 delivers impressive production speeds of 125 impressions per minute. With a maximum paper size of 19.2” x 13” and a potential 14,000-sheet capacity, the imagePRESS 1125 is a viable alternative to mono offset production, offering over 1.5 hours of uninterrupted production.
Performance isn’t limited to specific jobs either. This press consistently maintains full productivity across a diverse range of media from 52 to 300gsm, handling anything from pre printed insert sheets, to transparencies and covers - quickly and effortlessly.
Canon’s newly developed eB mono-component toner creates pure and rich blacks, whilst a twin sleeve developer unit minimises mottling and creates fuller solids.
Active page registration (which ensures front to- back alignment within 0.5mm tolerance) and twin red lasers allow true 1,200 dpi with 256 halftones. Producing the smoothest corners, cleanest gradients and sharpest images and text imaginable.
When it comes to finishing, the imagePRESS 1125 really excels. A huge diversity of in-line finishing possibilities are available including perfect binding, multi-folding, saddle-stitching, punching, one or three edge trimming, and high capacity stacking.
Air-assisted feeding ensures unbeatable reliability. Air heaters blow warm air to ensure highly static coated media is fed correctly. Additional fans ensure immaculate feeding, pick up, and media separation. An advanced ultra-sonic double-feed detection system inside the High Capacity Paper Decks detects multifeeds, rectifying potential problems without interrupting operation.
* For lighter production scenarios, an alternative less specified configuration is also available.