The growth in demand for wide-format inkjet production devices continues across the entire digital spectrum.
Developed over a four-year period, the new SureColor S-Series has just been unveiled by Epson. Its most advanced to date, the 64-inch production S40600, S60600 and S80600 incorporate the latest imaging technologies. The SureColor S-Series feature Epson UltraChrome GS3 solvent inks an all-new precision media feeding system and a high performance Dual-Array PrecisionCore TFP print head.
Epson’s Workforce Pro WF-R5690 was recently named a 2015 Product of the Year by CRN, the technology review arm of The Channel Co.
The world's first office papermaking system that turns waste paper into new paper has been developed by Epson. Paperlab will be demonstrated at Tokyo Big Sight from Dec. 10-12. With this new product, Epson aims to give new value to paper and stimulate recycling. Epson plans to put the new PaperLab into commercial production in Japan in 2016, with sales in other regions to be decided at a later date.
According to new data from the International Data Corp. (IDC), large-format printer shipments declined -4 percent.
In conjunction with the availability of its SureColor P-Series of presses, Epson is also launching a “Print Your Legacy” campaign.
For the fourth consecutive year, Epson is the Printer and Paper Partner for the Nature’s Best Photography Awards Exhibition.
“Swimming In Ink,” sponsored by Epson, featured a series of never-before-seen, high-energy synchronized swim routines.
Epson’s new 24″ SureColor P6000 and 44″ SureColor P8000 are designed for graphic designers, commercial printers and photographers.
Epson America will provide custom vignettes of small business tips for CNBC’s “Make Me a Millionaire Inventor.”