Epson Italia S.p.A. is to acquire 100% of the capital of Fratelli Robustelli S.r.l. (Robustelli), a leader in the textile printing industry.  Located in Como, the heart of the Italian and European high-quality printing textile industry, Robustelli specialises in the development, manufacture, and sale of digital inkjet textile printers, notably the Monna Lisa series (above), which it began developing with Epson in 2003.

St Albans based signage and printing company Slam Signs has invested in a four-colour SureColor SC-S40600 wide format printer. It is the company’s third SureColor - it has owned a SC-S30600 since its launch in 2012 and purchased its eight-colour SC-S70600 in 2015.

Nth Degree Imaging has relocated to a new UK central location as part of a major new strategic expansion plan. The new offices in Peterborough will be better sized and positioned to house and demonstrate a vast array of the very latest wide format printing and finishing equipment, media, colour management and workflow solutions.

FESPA Digital in Amsterdam was big, brassy, and above all the place to get your head around the current trends, innovative products, and more wide format printing and finishing technology than you could shake a stick at. We loved it, as did 16,000 other unique visitors thereby making it the largest FESPA Digital show to date.

Epson has introduced the Epson Control Dashboard, a useful and innovative browser-based management and productivity application dedicated to its recently launched SureColor SC-S Series wide format printers that the company says helps operators’ set-up and optimise print output parameters faster and easier than ever before.

Epson says it is planning to launch a new smaller footprint 44” SC-P10000 printer at Drupa 2016. This follows in the footsteps of the recently launched 64” SC-P20000. The company says both models are easy to operate and produce accurate, high quality, large-format photos, POS items and signage - even at fast speeds.

Epson is promising to show visitors to its stand at Sign & Digital UK how its latest range of professional SureColor printers can deliver superb quality, production performance and ink use efficiency for the signage and display graphics sector.

Onyx Graphics has announced full support for the recently launched Epson SureColor SC-S printers, through its ONYX 12 wide-format print software.

One of Europe’s leading B2C personalised photo based printing companies - PhotoBox - has invested in five of the latest new generation Epson SureColor 64” wide format printers. The company has installed these alongside its existing fleet of 16 SureColor SC-S50600 printers in its UK factory to meet the ongoing growing demand for personalised photo canvases.

Hot on the heels of its latest wide format print product innovation, Epson has announced the forthcoming launch of the latest addition to the SureColor SC-P series line-up, the 64-inch SC-P20000. This robust printer is designed for high volume production print environments who do not wish to compromise quality for productivity, and is ideal for any organisation looking for a cost effective in-house production solution.

Epson UK has lifted the lid on a new generation of ground-breaking 64-inch signage printers that have been designed from the ground up following extensive market research, customer feedback and end-user testing. The new range delivers print service providers with a choice of three robust, sturdy printers - from 4-10 colours (including white and metallic) and up to 95.3sqm/hr single-pass productivity - to deliver new levels of quality, productivity and durability with lower running costs.

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