Focus on Wide Format Printing

Epson Two new high productivity signage printers launched

Epson has launched two new SureColor SC-S signage printers, the SC-S60600L and the SC-S80600L.

These 64-in printers are an extension of the award-winning SureColor SC-S Series printer range and will offer high productivity customers a lower total cost of ownership. The SC-S Series printers continue to offer customers diverse applications with access to the Epson Edge Dashboard with over 250 EMX profile downloads for a wide range of media manufacturers and media types.

Chris Davies, product manager – production LFP, Epson, said: “At the heart of these new industrial printers is the introduction of high capacity 1.5 litre ink pouches. This means a longer running period, resulting in less user intervention and reduced downtime. The pouches are complemented by Epsonʼs established UltraChrome GS3 eco-solvent inks which have key environmental certifications, including GreenGuard Gold and AgBB. As with all signage printers in the SureColor SC-S range, they are now low maintenance, highly reliable and easy to set up.” The SC-S60600L and SC-S80600L feature Epson PrecisionCore TFP print heads and will be supplied with Epson


Edge RIP software and the LFP Accounting Tool (which will provide accurate job costing data).

Epson Edge Print software is powerful and feature-rich, easy- to-use and provides a simplified print-ready solution to get businesses up and running quickly. In addition, Epson is continuing to expand the range of EMX files to optimise print quality on the most common, and speciality media. Both SureColor SC-S L version models can print on a wide range of media, from clear film and photographic paper to wallpaper, canvas and vinyl, so are suited to large scale signage and displays, point of purchase applications and billboards, back/front-lit signage and car wrapping. Mr Davies added: “We envisage a strong uptake from print service providers who cover a wide range of business sectors and applications, providing customers with signage, point of sale, textiles, interior design and fine art products. Users will be impressed by the print speeds, precision and performance of these new models and the compelling business case for adding this technology to their current portfolios. Their customers are going to be impressed by the quality and speed or turnaround.”


Screen Print World Roll-to-roll printing

M&Rʼs Novus Textura 1800 Large Format automatic dye sublimation printer is designed for unattended roll- to-roll high-speed transfer dye sublimation printing in four-colour CYMK and true grayscale at resolutions up to 1200dpi. Itʼs capable of printing substrates 1.8m (70in) wide at high-productivity speeds up to 140sq m/hr and at sustained production speeds up to 120sq m/hr.

The system supports printing on a wide range of heavy and thin papers, allowing flexibility on a variety of applications. Textura includes an integrated unwind/rewind mechanism designed to hold jumbo-size paper rolls up to 200kg, and its industrial media-handling system allows long print runs to proceed unattended.

Novus Textura 1800

Dye sublimation transfer is the optimal choice for customising polyester apparel, sportswear fabrics, cut-and-sew yardage fabrics, bags, and T shirts, and the Textura 1800 sets a new standard for price, performance, and low ink costs. The Ultra 3200 UV LED roll-to-roll industrial inkjet printer offers a wide array of innovative features and an industry-leading price-to-performance ratio. Itʼs designed for multi-roll printing and capable of printing substrates up to 3.2m (126in) wide. The Ultra 3200 delivers four-colour CMYK and true four-level greyscale printing.

Advanced UV LED curing and ink technology provide low-temperature curing and reliable output without sacrificing print speed, colour gamut, ink adhesion, or media versatility. An optional white-ink channel (CMYK+W) adds capabilities and expands application opportunities. | 44 | July 2019

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