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Mitsubishi Adds 2 x 6" Multi-cut Function to CP-9550DW Professional Photo Printer - PPA Today

Mitsubishi Adds 2 x 6" Multi-cut Function to CP-9550DW Professional Photo Printer

mitsubishi_cp_blog.JPGMitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. has announced a new free 2x6 Multi-cut Function driver upgrade for the CP-9550DW professional photo printer, making the CP-9550DW a perfect solution for high-speed production, event and photo booth applications.

"Our engineers have developed another profitable solution for our customers with the addition of the 2x6-inch Multi-cut Function to the CP-9550DW," said James Chan, vice president of marketing, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America. "This feature fills a need in the event printing market because of increased demand for photo-booth style prints. The release of the free Multi-cut Function driver upgrade has expanded the versatility of the CP-9550DW to include photo booth applications."

Mitsubishi Electric's CP-9550DW is a high-speed, high-volume professional photo printer that offers outstanding print quality at a low cost. Its unique, dual-line color reproduction system and adaptive thermal head management improves print head resolution.

The CP-9550DW is equipped with a choice of two print modes: Superfine for high-quality photo prints, and Fine for high-speed photo production. Plus, with a unique roll-type mechanism to help ensure jam-free reliability and the flexibility of six different output sizes (2×6-, 3.5×5-, 4×6-, 5×7-, 6×8- and 6×9- inch), the CP-9550DW provides a solution for all photo-printing applications.

The CP-9550DW Multi-cut Function driver download is available for free from the Mitsubishi Electric website:

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