Epson SureColor inkjet printers will be showcased at FESPA 2014, along with its latest aqueous-based production large format printers, to highlight the devices’ versatility and productivity.
Visitors to Epson’s stand at FESPA, which will be held in Munich from 20th-23rd May, will be able to browse many value-added applications printed onto a broad range of substrates, such as signage, POS, vehicle wraps, décor, apparel, t-shirts, gift and promotional products.
Designed to deliver maximum quality, productivity, flexibility and low Total Cost of Ownership, the full range of the Epson SureColor inkjet printers will be demonstrated at the show.
The Epson SureColor inkjet printers to be used as part of the demo include: three 1625mm (64-inch) Epson SureColor SC-S wide-format signage printers; three Epson SureColor SC-F dye sublimation printers 1118mm and 1625mm (44- and 64-inch) – including the new Epson SureColour SC-F7100 – and the Epson SureColor SC-F2000 direct-to-garment printer.
Epson will show a variety of high-impact, high-quality and durable signage and POS printed by the Epson SureColor inkjet printers. Offering a choice of productivities and from 4 – 10 colours, including white and metallic, the Epson SureColor inkjet printers demonstrate cost-effective, high-speed productivity printing onto a range of materials such as vinyl, canvas, clear film, photographic paper and a range of banner substrates.
Duncan Ferguson, director of pro-graphics and new business development, Epson Europe, said: “Epson at FESPA will be the must-see stand for anyone looking to invest in highly-reliable and great quality new-generation large format printers to grow their business.
“Epson spends $2m a day on R&D and over the last 2 years we have launched 10 successful new products into the professional print market alone and introduced our innovative PrecisionCore printhead technology.
“Our aim is to provide companies with quality, reliable and affordable products that enable them to create add-value print to grow their revenue and their business.”