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Epson sets out to impress

Epson, one of the leading lights in the global print industry will be setting out its stall on stand G05 at The Print Show, where it will place a strong focus on the opportunities on offer to commercial printers with inkjet printing technology.

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The Sure Color SC-S 80600 will feature on the Epson stand at The Print Show, where the manufacturer will also showcase an array of its wider print technology portfolio

“Anyone in, or planning to enter, the wide-format signage market needs to check out the Sure Color SC-S 80600 because it really does set a new benchmark in quality, versatility, and productivity. The printer features dual Precision Core TFP print heads and new Epson Ultra Chrome GS3 inks in CMYK, light cyan, light magenta, and light black plus red and orange, with the option of adding either a white or metallic silver,” explains Phil McMullin, sales manager at Epson UK.

The 64” Sure Color SC-S 80600 prints at up to 95.1sq m/h in single-pass banner mode and up to 12.5sq m/h in eight-pass film mode. It is an ideal printer for outdoor signage, high end interior displays, and décor on coated or uncoated substrates. Thanks to the precision media feeding system, it can also handle exhibition displays, posters, backlit panels, POS materials, vehicle wraps, wallpaper, photo canvases, and many other specialist medias.

Epson’s aim within the professional graphics printing sector is to lead the industry’s shift to digital production by extending its portfolio of competitive inkjet solutions and expand into new markets and new applications

McMullin adds: “Textiles is another growth area and an opportunity for print-service-providers looking to expand their product range—head for the Sure Color F range. Visitors will be able to see a comprehensive range of digital printers for signage, textiles, décor, proofing, POS, photography, technical drawing, and labels. We will have nearly a dozen machines on show and will also feature new work from award-winning fashion designer Richard Quinn and décor created by textiles students at Birmingham City University.”

With an impressive career that has spanned the print industry, McMullin also analyses Epson current strategy, and why they are worth paying a visit to: “Epson’s aim within the professional graphics printing sector is to lead the industry’s shift to digital production by extending its portfolio of competitive inkjet solutions and expand into new markets and new applications. The panacea would be the ability to print anything and everything. Over the next few years the company plans to continue to refine its innovative Micro Piezo technology and ink chemistry, expand into high productivity, print-on-demand segments and enhance the environmental performance of its inkjet systems.”



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