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Epson to show a diversity of applications

Epson to show a diversity of applications

 Epson’s flagship, 10 colour, large format signage printer, the SureColor SC-S80600 will feature on Epson’s stand (Stand D30) at Sign & Digital UK this year, alongside four other SureColor printers: the production signage printer SC-S60600; the photographic quality SC-P20000; the latest dye sublimation printer SC-F9300; and the Direct To Garment SC-F2100.

Visitors can expect to see a wide range of applications, including car wraps, floor vinyls, wallpaper, stretch fabric, furnishings and also a selection of Chromaluxe panels and 3D sublimation samples.

Many Epson customers, including AD Bell and Motion have recently turned turn away from latex technologies in favour of Epson’s SureColor SC-S family of printers.

Both companies chose the popular Epson SureColor SC-S80600 ten-colour eco-solvent inkjet technology. This printer uses Epson’s latest generation Micro Piezo TFP print head for exceptional print quality up to 1,440 x 1,440dpi resolution and the ten colours are from the UltraChrome GS3 range, which enables sign and print companies to hit up to 98 percent of the Pantone colour gamut from 700ml ink tanks.

Epson manufactures its own printheads, ink and equipment, which the company claims, really is the key to maximising process control and optimising the quality of output.

The stand will also include a display of the latest fashions from young fashion designer Richard Quinn, who received the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design from Her Majesty The Queen at Fashion Week this spring. Richard uses Epson equipment to help him put a subversive spin on vintage styles, while also harnessing different printing technologies and materials to create maximum impact.

On the middle day of the event, Wednesday 25 April, Phil McMullin will be part of a six-person panel debate entitled: “The future of our industry”. This will be a varied discussion looking at what makes a successful sign and printing business through to the future for wide format technology, the skills required and the changes in consumer expectations moving forward.

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