Regarding dye-sublimation printers, Mitsubishi Electric is unrivaled on a global scale. The printers have a solid reputation for producing high-quality work consistently. Over the past two decades since they invented dye-sub printing technology, Mitsubishi Electric has consistently produced printers for professional photographers, photo booth manufacturers, and even some other printer and paper companies looking to improve their product offerings with better dye-sub printers.
Mitsubishi Electric is the world’s first manufacturer of dye-sublimation printers, so you can trust that your images will be printed with exceptional sharpness and vivid, natural colors. You may choose from several different models of high-quality, long-lasting printers from Mitsubishi Electric, each of which supports a wide range of print speeds, paper capacities, and sizes. Mitsubishi Electric has developed the most revolutionary duplex dye-sub printer to create two-sided novelty prints of varying sizes, such as photo book pages or custom greeting cards.
A powerful DSP and innovative head control engine provide realistic images.
A revolutionary head control engine and high-performance DSP produce exceptionally clear visuals. The prints from my Mitsubishi CP30W look just like the digital photos I took. Moreover, the paper and ink ribbon can be loaded from the front of the machine. While not in use, the control panel can be concealed within the printer. Simple LCD and LED status monitor makes checking on settings and functioning a breeze for medical staff—the highest standards of efficiency and excellence across a wide spectrum of medical applications.
Green paper publications:
The environmental and natural worlds are important to Mitsubishi Electric, and the company makes every effort to reduce the negative effects of its products on both. As such, we have initiated an initiative to source paper media goods for some of our photographic printers that use wood from the legally harvested forest, necessitating that the supplier(s) of these media have in place mechanisms for determining the source of all pulp and paper products.
You may tuck the control panel away in the main body.
The tiny control panel on the top of the Mitsubishi CP30W houses buttons for accessing various functions. The control panel is of the built-in variety, meaning it can be tucked away inside the main unit when not used without worrying about losing the remote.
The controls and display have been moved to a front panel for convenience.
The 16-character, 2-row Liquid Crystal Display is configured for easy status viewing on the Mitsubishi. Adjust the settings as needed with a few buttons while keeping an eye on the LCD. The function viewer conveniently places the LED status display even when installed in a rack. It allows for a clear interpretation of the paper-out condition.