In 2015, a working group from SWS Board Technology met the Epson team to explain their printing requirements, including their need to run printers for 15 consecutive hours a day.
Epson today announced two new high-speed, easy-to-use large-format plotters – the 24-inch SC-T3100 and the 36-inch SC-T5100 (pictured), available as desktop or floor-standing models. Marking Epson’s expansion of the T-Series product line to the low-to-mid-range CAD plotter market, the wireless plotters feature a new clean and compact design coupled with the reliable printing performance inherent in Epson’s technical solutions.
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Epson America, Inc., in an effort to continue expansion in to the package proofing market, today announced that the Epson SureColor® S80600 64-inch roll-to-roll solvent printer has been certified by GMG Americas, a subsidiary of GMG Color for use with software GMG ColorProof 5.10 and GMG OpenColor 2.1.5. GMG Americas selected the SureColor S80600 as part of the recommended package proofing solution to boost substantial technological enhancements designed to deliver precise, repeatable performance with high accuracy and an exceptional color gamut to the package proofing market.
Rugby retailer First XV has bought the UK’s first SureColor SC-F2100 DTG (Direct to Garment) printer from Epson reseller Xpres to help grow its own brand products business. Customers can now buy a wide range of colourful T-shirts with slogans like “Eat Sleep Rugby Repeat” through to “Harry Propper”, from its web site and Facebook page.