The Canon MAXIFY GX4020 driver has fantastic home and office printer features. For example, the print speed (ESAT) for black document simplex is 18.0 images per minute and the 13.0 ipm print speed (ESAT) for the color document simplex. In addition, the machine’s total number of nozzles is 4,352, including 1,280 for pigment black and 1,024×3 for color (C/M/Y). Similarly, it works with a print resolution of up to 600×1200 dots per inch (dpi). And a duty cycle of up to 33,000 pages per month.
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In addition, its media handling for 1 Cassette has 250 sheets, 1 Rear Tray has 100 sheets or 20 sheets 4×6, and 1 Raer Flat Tray (manual) has one sheet. Similarly, the supported paper sizes for paper tray include 4×6, 5×5, 5×7, 7×10, 8×10, Letter(8.5×11), and Legal (8.5×14) with a custom size of 3.5 to 8.5 and length of 5×47. Also, the Cassette supports LTR, A5, B5, and A4+ with a custom size of 5.8 to 8.5 and a length rate of 8.3×11.7. At the same time, the Rear Flat Tray works with LTR, A4, and B5 with custom sizes ranging from 3.5 to 8.5 and lengths of 5×47.
Furthermore, the compatible paper type includes lain paper, high-resolution paper, and photo media compatibility paper plus II. In addition, it supports photo paper glossy, photo paper plus semi-gloss, photo paper pro luster, matte photo paper, and double-sided matte paper. Moreover, the Rear Tray works with plain paper with 64-105 g/m2 or canon paper with a maximum of 265 g/m2 (Canon Photo Paper Plus Gloss II).
In addition, Bottom Cassette supports paper with a weight of 64-105 g/m2, and Rear Flat Tray supports 0.1 mm to 0.7mm. The copy features include 4-on1 and 2-on-1 copy, Document copy, Fit-to-Page, Frame Erase Copy for Flatbed only, and ID card copy. Its other features include auto exposure, multiple copies of up to 99 pages, preset copy ratios, and standard copy. Its copy speed for FCOT (Color/Simplex) is approximately 11.1 seconds. Download Canon MAXIFY GX4020 driver from Canon Website