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Epson Australia exhibits its broadest range at PacPrint 22

Epson Australia exhibits its broadest range at PacPrint 22

Epson Australia is exhibiting at PacPrint 22 with not only its biggest product offering ever but also having cemented its number one position in terms of market share for Large Format and Direct to Shape printers across Australia and New Zealand for the last two years (2020-2021), based on data from research specialists, IDC.

Showcasing the philosophies of “Be limitless” and “Expand your business possibilities”, Epson is exhibiting a wide variety of printing solutions.

 Fabric and textile printers can see the Epson large 76” SureColor F10060,  aimed at soft signage and just-in-time manufacturing. The SC-F10060 achieves an outstanding gamut using just four inks. It combines advanced Epson Precision Dot Technology with UltraChrome DS HDk ink to achieve high image quality with intense and accurate colour.

Alongside the SureColor F10060 will be the smaller SureColor F6360 - 44”, which suits a wide range of production applications, including customised garments and fabrics, hard and soft signage, décor and merchandise.

 Also on the stand is the SureColor F9460H - 64”,  the fourth generation of Epson’s proven 64” platform; it combines Epson Precision Dot Technology with advanced media management and UltraChrome DS HDk ink to enable outstanding image quality at high speed.
Finally, in fabric will be the Epson SureColor F3000 – DTG, which has scaled up to suit to needs of high-volume producers. The SC-F3000 combines advanced Epson UltraChrome DG ink with Epson’s latest PrecisionCore head technology and an upgraded print engine. Staggered 2.6" print heads enable high-speed, single-pass, five-colour production. 
In the Signage area of the stand, visitors will see Epson’s latest solvent models and the new resin range featuring the SureColor R5000L, which offers a low running cost and accurate and repeatable colour on a platform that enables rapid job turnaround.

Show visitors will also see the Epson SureColor V7000 - UV Flatbed. The SureColor V7000 is designed to produce durable images on a wide range of substrates, with superior colour and print quality. The SC-V7000 combines Epson precision imaging and print head technology with new UltraChrome UV ink. The printer supports flexible production with four separate print zones and support for media up to 80mm thick, designed to provide durable and worry-free operation backed by a comprehensive service program that can be extended up to five years.
Also on display in signage will be the Epson SureColor S80660L - 64” CISS, designed to produce durable images with maximum impact and format flexibility quickly, easily and at minimum cost. Prints dry quickly to enable ad-hoc, same-day job turnaround, while the high-capacity media and ink supply systems enable efficient roll-to-roll production with remote status monitoring and reporting. 

 Then there’s the Epson SureColor S60660L - 64” CISS which also features Epson's latest PrecisionCore print head and UltraChrome Eco-Solvent ink technology. It produces brighter and glossier images than competitors with an outstanding colour gamut.

 Epson is known as a leader in the commercial and professional photo printing space with models such as the SureColor P9560, with 12 colours including Violet and Green, and according to Nathan Fulcher on stand, offers up to 99% Pantone colour matching.
Epson has launched a huge range of models in the Technical & Poster segment over the last two years you will see a number of these at PacPrint along with the SureColor T7760D. This newly redesigned model combines high-speed production with flexible media handling in an extremely compact footprint and a clever new six-colour ink set.

And finally, on stand is the Epson ColorWorks C6510A, the highly dependable 8” commercial inkjet label printer covering the full spectrum of label sizes for enhanced productivity and versatility.


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