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Seiko comes up trumps!

Seiko comes up trumps!
(l to r):Viscom’s Frank Kuehn, Seiko’s  Stephanie Rohn  and Viscom’s Frank Jaenschke

(l to r):Viscom’s Frank Kuehn, Seiko’s Stephanie Rohn and Viscom’s Frank Jaenschke

Seiko was honouredwith a ‘Best of 2014’ award at Viscom Frankfurt in the Large Format Printing category, in respect of its ColorPainter  M-64s inkjet printer, which, since its introduction to the market, has become a popular best-seller for use with both indoor and outdoor applications.

The judges of the Viscom award programme declared themselves to be impressed by the machine’s speed and with the high level of customer satisfaction recorded by its users, together with its unattended printing capability, which can be operated via social networks, such as Twitter..

The ColorPainter M-64s is designed to fulfill the market demand for fast turnaround, shorter runs and combines a maximum print speed of 66.5m2/hr with low running costs, ease of use.  It uses the new Eco Ink SXto deliver indoor and outdoor compatible print and also offers unique Seiko imaging technologies, such as Smart Pass 4, Dynamic Dot Printing and M-64s’ new automatic optical calibration function that enables anyone to print excellent image quality on PVC, even at 33.1 m²/h.

At ViscomSeiko also showcased the new ColorPainter H2P, which impressed visitors with its faster setup times, maximum print width of 104 inch, ink reservoirs of eightlitres per colour – CMYK – and reduced ink costs. Integrating the Smart Pass Technology 3 with Dynamic Dot Printing Technology, the ColorPainter H2-104s/H2-74s prints higher quality images while maintaining the high print speed of its predecessor. The fastest print mode achieves 50sqm/h in eight-colourmode and 100sqm/h in four-colour mode.  It is best suited for use with large format banners and high volume printing in short turnaround times.

Also on show was the smallest of the league, the ColorPainter W-54s with its unique Neon ink option. Available in yellow and pink, the Neon ink is the first solvent-based fluorescent ink in the world and has been developed for use on the ColorPainter W series wide-format printers. These two colours can be printed not only as spot colours, but also as composite colours with CMYK.

The full Seiko ColorPainter range can be viewed at the headquarters of Signmaster Systems in Shropshire.

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