Equipped with Canon's new mega-sized tanks, the MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank boasts printing yields of up to 6,000 B&W A4 prints and up to 14,000 colour prints per set of ink bottles, reducing the need to think about replacing your printer's ink as frequently. Economy Mode helps you get even more from your MegaTank printer, achieving up to 9,000 A4 B&W pages and up to 21,000 colour pages per set of ink bottles.¹
Ink/toner cost per page is reduced by at least 90%² when comparing ink RRP for MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank to toner RRP of an equivalent laser multi-function printer, such as the Canon IMAGECLASS MF746Cx, when printing like-for-like documents.
The MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank is designed with a user-replaceable maintenance cartridge, ensuring your printer continues to run reliably day-to-day.
The MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank printer can keep up with your high-volume demands, equipped with 50 sheet Auto Document Feeder and high-capacity front and rear paper feeding totalling 350 sheets of plain paper needed for those very productive environments.
In addition to delivering high-quality documents, the MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank offers compatibility with a wide range of media types and sizes. Create personalised letterheads, brochures, windowed envelopes, and banners up to 1.2m in length. Get creative with media finishes by making stickers with Canon Restickable Photo Paper and business cards with Canon Matte and Double-Sided Matte Paper just to name a few.
MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank prides itself on ultra-low power consumption using approximately 21w³ of maximum power when printing A4 plain pages.
The MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank can print quickly with no initial heat up time - unlike laser printers which need to preheat the fuse. This means fast First Print Outs (FPOT) B&W in approximately 7 seconds.⁴ Get your business quality prints faster.
With MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank, users can print, scan, copy, and connect to the cloud via the Canon PRINT app and benefit from compatibility with existing software and technology platforms including AirPrint and Mopria.
The MAXIFY GX6060 MegaTank is designed with a colour LCD touch screen which makes it easy to use functions and change settings directly from the printer. The printer provides the option for an administrator to restrict unneeded printer functions to prevent unauthorised use. Each user can configure the features available on the printer's LCD and sort icons in the order of usage frequency.
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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.
2 The savings are calculated as the ink/toner set cost difference between MAXIFY GX6060/GX7060 MegaTank and imageCLASS MF746Cx = ($0.0205 cost per page/$0.3932 cost per page) - 1= -94.79%. Costs based on RRP of individual inks being $44.99 for colour and $64.99 for black, and toner being $219.70 for colour and $182.42 for black as at April 2021 and max page yields calculated using international standard test prints. Actual cost per page will vary based on print tasks and volumes, usage conditions and the retail price of the ink/toner.
MAXIFY MegaTank print yields are calculated with international test method ISO/IEC 24711 and imageCLASS MF746Cx print yields are calculated with international test method ISO/IEC 19798 using equivalent test pages ISO/IEC 24712:2007 and ISO/IEC 19752, which use standard test prints designed to represent typical A4 documents, and testing in controlled conditions. Actual print yields will vary. Yields for inkjet calculated with subsequent set of inks, printing continuously. During initial printer setup, a certain amount of ink is used to fill an inkjet 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 may lower the print yield when compared with printing continuously.
3 When copying ISO/JIS-SCID N2 on A4 size plain paper using default settings.
4 Document print speeds are the averages of ESAT (Word, Excel, PDF) in Office Category Test for the default simplex mode, ISO/IEC 24734.