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AD Bell wraps up latest Epson investment

Signage and graphics company AD Bell Sign Systems recently purchased a new Epson SureColor SC-S80600 from Perfect Colours to support the vehicle wrap section of its business.

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AD Bell Sign Systems has already put its Epson printer to use on vehicle wrap jobs

Specified with an Onyx RIP, AD Bell’s SC-S80600 uses Epson’s Micro Piezo TFP printhead. The ten colours for the printer hail from the UltraChrome GS3 range, which provide a 1,440 x 1,440dpi resolution. 
Simon Bell, managing director at Harrogate-based AD Bell, says that the Epson, which replaced an existing latex model at the company, has already proved a hit with the firm’s car wrap designer customers.

“We approached Perfect Colours who sell a range of large format equipment and they recommended a move to Epson and we could not be happier with the results,” Bell says. 

Having the technology that makes your customer go ‘wow’ when they see it is so pleasing and that really is what we are enjoying now

“They gave us objective advice and introduced us to a user. The printer is easy to operate and does what it says but the key is that the colour match to any Pantone reference is spot on every time.”

Bell continues: “A big advantage is that Epson supplies its own manufactured print heads and inks so you are not constantly recalibrating and the colour doesn’t vary as you switch between ink suppliers. We have used both solvent and latex in the past but this is the best technology we have had to date in terms of its quality.

“Having the technology that makes your customer go ‘wow’ when they see it is so pleasing and that really is what we are enjoying now.”

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