Epson Graphics Canada Preview

PrintAction Staff
March 18, 2017
By PrintAction Staff
Epson Canada provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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ColorWorks C7500, according to Epson, features a rugged design for minimal maintenance and a low overall cost of ownership. The printing system is designed for on-demand printing of labels with variable data at speeds of up to 11.8 inches per second. Epson states ColorWorks C7500, in the production of high-quality, durability colour labels, allows for up to 50 percent lower printing costs than with laser and thermal transfer printers. It uses PrecisionCore inkjet technology and UltraChrome DL inks developed by Epson to produce vibrant colours, smooth gradations, precise barcodes and sharp text, according to the company.
    
The 17-inch 10-colour SureColor P5000 is a professional-level desktop inkjet printer for the production of high-quality photography, fine art, graphic design, and proofing work. Leveraging the Epson PrecisionCore TFP printhead and UltraChome HDX 10-colour pigment ink set, the SureColor P5000 holds what Epson describes as an increased colour gamut, higher-density blacks and twice the print permanence than the previous generation.

The SureColor P20000 is a professional-level 64-inch photographic printer that runs 9-colour archival pigment for high-volume photographic printing environments. It uses the new PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead utilizing 8,000 nozzles for what the company describes as print speeds that are up to twice as fast as Epson’s previous generation. Epson UltraChrome PRO archival ink technology produces output rated to last up to 200 years, along with four levels of grey for what Epson describes as accurate transitions with very low grain, at the fast print speeds.

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