With a compact and lightweight design, with a small footprint size, the CP-K60DW-S is very flexible to use. Capable for prints up to 15x20 cm (6 x 8”), includes a new image processing technology for excellent prints, with just one media for two different print sizes, thanks to the rewind technology that allows to use just one print media reference for all formats.
This renowned printer is often re-branded and sold by major photographic suppliers
Ideal for Photo booth & Event Photography Mitsubishi designed and built the CP-K60DW-S photo printer as a compact, full-featured printer offering event photographers and photo booth integrators the best valued model in Mitsubishi's line of high-speed printers. Mitsubishi's CP-K60DW-S is a compact and lightweight dye-sublimation printer that requires minimal installation space while offering maximum flexibility and print output given its size. Capable of printing FOUR different print sizes from a single roll of 6" media, users can easily choose 2x6, 4x6, 6x6, and 6x8 prints from the very same roll of media. Its newly developed image processing method allows for the reproduction of excellent, high resolution prints available in glossy or matte finishes.
The Printer holds 320 6x4 prints per roll, enabling you to produce prints that are stain resistant, waterproof that will last a lifetime.
|6"x2",4″x6″, 6"x6", 6″x8″
|275(W) x 446(D) x 170(H) mm
|Windows® 10, 8, 7, Vista Mac® OS-X
|Dye-sublimation thermal transfer
|256 (8-bit) for each colour
CK-K76R Suitable for 6x4 and 6x2 Prints
Prints per roll: 320
Rolls per case: 2
Total prints per box: 640 6x4
High Speed4"x6" - 11.4 secs.
High Quality4"x6" - 20.5 secs.
New Rewind function optimizes the 10x15cm (4x6”) prints. When printing a 6x2 on 6x4 media (or 6x4 on 6x8 media) the un-used half of the ribbon is re-wound making it abvailable for next print. (Fine mode doesn't allow Rewind function.)
The Mitsubishi CP-K60DW uses Dye Sublimation printing, making it ideal for printing passport photos. Unlike inkjet / deskjet printers it does not create dots to make the image, which are unacceptable for passports.
Dye sublimation uses heat to diffuse the ink directly into a special layer of the paper which is then sealed off for protection against UV, fingerprints and water.