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Wide Format Printers, Plotters, Copiers & Scanners

Wide Format Multifunctional Printers

  • Canon Oce Colorwave 3600

    Canon Colorwave 3600

    Colorwave 3600 Prints on a broad range of media, with an extensive variety of applications: from high-quality CAD technical documents such as construc...
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  • OcÚ Colorwave 800

    Canon Colorwave 3800

     Canon Colorwave 3800 offers more productive & versatile large format printing with 6 media rolls online on a broad range of media, with an extensive ...
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Wide-Format Paper Folders

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Discontinued - But maybe available as refurbished

  • Reconditioned OCE wide format copiers

    OcÚ 7050 series including 7051 7055 7056 Plan Copier

    Now discontinued but readily available from Stanford Marsh as fully refurbished with service contract. Productive copying with functions such as au...
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  • OCE plotwave wide format plotter

    OcÚ PlotWave 300

    The Océ PlotWave 300 printer is the most energy efficient wide format CAD plotter in its segment. It is ideal for small workgroups in engineering, con...
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  • analogue plan copier wide format

    OcÚ TDS100

    It’s a digital age. But you still need copies: from hard-copy originals, inkjet plots or corrected drawings. With the Océ TDS100 wide format cop...
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  • Canon Colorwave 910

    OcÚ ColorWave 910

    Highly productive and versatile large format printer for reprographics and commercial printing. Océ ColorWave 910 highspeed colour single-pass inkj...
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  • Canon Oce PW450

    Canon OcÚ PlotWave 450

    Fast & cost effective large Format Black and White print, Scan and copying ideal for cost conscious Construction Companies and Print houses. Sim...
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