The top fuselage of the Canon TC-5200 printer lacks support for the horizontal axis reel. Fifty sheets of A3 paper or 100 sheets of A4 paper can be loaded simultaneously into the printer’s ASF automated document feeder. Hence, it may automatically print a single page in a continuous fashion.
During printing, it is also possible to create automatic switching between sheet paper and roll paper, although it does not support Digital Printing for now. Multimedia output for packaging, labels, posters and other creative objects is supported by the printer. The printer can support various colours of materials and sizes.
A 170ml ink bottle is used by the new Canon high-capacity printer, which is ideal for continuous usage. The printer has a 28W power consumption rating, making it a low-power gadget. Little text and delicate lines in drawings can be reproduced with clarity using the printer’s four-colour full-pigment ink. But, when the drawing is moist or inked with a marker pen, the ink is difficult to spread.
Colour photographs may be printed with ease using the Canon TC-5200. The front of the fuselage is where the majority of its operations are located. Roll loading and sheet-fed loading are among some of the features, also including changing the printer’s maintenance cartridge and replenishing ink. These tasks can be completed in the front fuselage without moving the printer when connected to other office devices.
Price & Availability
The company Canon has not yet made the TC-5200 available for purchase, but that will happen very soon. Details on the printer’s price and worldwide accessibility are currently lacking, but we can expect them to arrive within the next few weeks.