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Epson introduces new media for ColorWorks C3500


March 25, 2020
By PrintAction Staff

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Printer maker Epson has introduced its new Epson label media designed for the ColorWorks C3500 on-demand colour label printer using DURABrite Ultra pigment ink.

“Sourcing and testing label media can take a lot of time and effort, as there is a vast amount of media options with varying degrees of performance,” said Bonny Chou, product manager, Commercial Labels, Epson America, Inc. “With the new Epson media, our customers can start printing right away, with confidence they are using a known media guaranteed to work with the ColorWorks C3500 and that will deliver exceptional results.”

Epson’s new label media is designed to deliver photo-quality colour labels that are consistent from print to print and resistant to smearing, fading, water, and scratches, the company said. They’re also rigorously tested for overall quality assurance.

Additional features include:

– ColorWorks Durable Matte Synthetic Label – Delivers photo-quality colour labels on a smooth, white surface that can handle extreme conditions. “The permanent acrylic adhesive works on a variety of surfaces, including drums and plastic containers,” Epson said. “BS-5609 certified for GHS chemical labeling applications, the labels are resistant to many chemicals and are ideal for GHS chemical labels, pharmaceutical labels, medical device labels, laboratory labels, product labels requiring water or chemical resistance, and more.”

– ColorWorks High Gloss Label – Delivers photo-quality, premium colour labels on a bright white glossy surface. “Labels are fast-drying and resistant to many chemicals,” Epson said. “In addition, the permanent acrylic adhesive works on a variety of surfaces. It’s ideal for high-quality product labels, box labels for consumer products, and more.”

– ColorWorks Premium Matte Label – Delivers photo-quality, premium colour labels on a smooth, matte white surface. “Labels are fast-drying and resistant to smearing, fading, water and scratches,” the company said. “In addition, the permanent acrylic adhesive works on a variety of surfaces. It’s ideal for barcode labels, box labels for consumer products, pharmaceutical labels, shipping labels, sample labels, and more.”


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