The MAXIFY GX3060 MegaTank is capable of printing up to 6,000 pages in black, and up to 14,000 pages in colour¹, reducing the chances that you will run out of ink when you need it most. Canon’s Economy printing mode will also enable you to decrease printing costs and maximise your productivity even further by reducing the consumption of ink, achieving yields of up to 9,000 in black, and up to 21,000 in colour.
The MAXIFY GX3060 MegaTank has a large paper capacity. The Front Cassette holds 250 sheets of plain paper while the Rear Tray can handle 100 sheets of plain paper. Collectively this printer has a capacity of 350 sheets – you will spend less time refilling your printer.
The MAXIFY GX3060 MegaTank offers the benefit of a user replaceable Print head, Maintenance Cartridge and a Paper Roller which can be easily cleaned. With the convenience of being able to easily maintain it yourself, it means less downtime with printing.
In addition to delivering high-quality documents, MAIXFY MegaTank printers offer compatibility with a wide range of media types and sizes. The MAXIFY GX3060 MegaTank can now also print thick, rigid paper up to 0.7mm thick such as posterboard. Create personalised posters for your business easily.
The 1.35" LCD screen allows you to operate your printer and complete all printing tasks with ease. In addition, the Auto Document Feeder allows for efficient printing, scanning and copying.
Connect with Canon PRINT app, or print without any additional apps thanks to Apple AirPrint® (iOS) or Mopria® (Android) support.
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1 Print yields are calculated with international standard ISO/IEC 24711, which uses standard test prints designed to represent typical A4 documents, and testing in controlled conditions. Actual print yields will vary. Yields calculated with subsequent sets of ink, printing continuously. During initial printer setup, a certain amount of ink is used to fill the print head's nozzles and so the page yield of the initial bundled set of ink is lower than that of subsequent sets. Printing smaller print jobs will lower the print yield when compared with printing continuously.