Mitsubishi’s CP-3800DW is a digital color photo printer that combines high resolution, high speed printing with an innovative, space-saving design. Delivering premium quality output in 4 x 8", 6 x 8", 8 x 10" or 8 x 12" sizes, the CP-3800DW also features hassle-free front access for easy media loading and semi-automatic paper loading for trouble free paper feed. Incorporating a unique roll-type mechanism for jam-free reliability, Mitsubishi’s CP-3800DW is perfectly suited for a wide range of photo processing applications where bright, bold colors and color accuracy is essential.
- Compact size, space saving design
- Outstanding quality and reliability
- Easy to use, convenient front access
- Easy paper loading
- Effective heat and dust case design
- Low noise
- Rotation paper feed reduces static build-up between prints
Rotation paper feed reduces static build-up between prints
PREMIUM IMAGE QUALITY
Mitsubishi’s CP-3800DW incorporates high-quality media to deliver rich, black tones, improved color depth, and higher overall image quality.
Provides print speeds of approximately 30 seconds for a single 8 x 10" print (standard mode) and approximately 35 seconds for a single 8 x 12" print (standard mode).
The CP-3800DW is exceptionally easy to use. Plus, convenient front access simplifies media loading and maintenance.
EFFECTIVE HEAT AND DUST CASE DESIGN
The case design provides an efficient cooling of the thermal head and power supply unit, with air ducts ensuring the gentle flow of side intake air to the front. Very effective against dust contamination.
Operation noise is significantly reduced which further contributes to a positive user experience.
QUALITY AND RELIBILITY
With greater performance and durability, the CP-3800DW provides greater overall value.
Dye sublimation thermal transfer
300 x 300 dpi standard mode; 300 x 600 dpi high quality mode
8 x 10" approx. 30 sec
8 x 12" approx. 35 sec
Dimensions (W x H x D)
12.67 x 6.69 x 14.41" (322 x 170 x 366 mm)
Approx. 30.8 lbs. (14 Kg)
AC 120V ~ 240V 50/60Hz
FCC Part 15 subparts B and C
1 year parts and labor,
12 months or 7,000 prints whichever comes first on thermal head