Underneath the theme “Your one cease signage store,” Epson Australia’s stand at this yr’s Visible Impression Sydney will display a number of signage options and newest direct-to-garment (DTG) and direct-to-film (DTF) printers.
“Because of the impression of Covid-19, companies have opted to carry extra print again to Australia,” mentioned Epson Australia MD Craig Heckenberg. “Because of this, and to assist companies embrace this variation, we’ve got additional expanded our print vary to supply an answer for any requirement. Epson are additionally striving to additional scale back wastage and water necessities. For instance, we’re putting extra emphasis on inherently extra environment friendly digital print processes for pure and artificial fibres alike. You will notice a spread of those merchandise and options on present and demonstrated at Visible Impression 2023 in Sydney.”
Kicking off proceedings is the Epson SureColor T5760DM, which mixes high-speed manufacturing with automated loading and built-in giant format scanning in a compact footprint. It’s designed for corporations who need to produce large-format color drawings and posters in reasonable to excessive quantity. This mannequin is especially suited to building, schooling, retail and print-4-pay purposes.
The Epson SureColor S80660L (pictured above) was designed to supply sturdy pictures with most impression and format flexibility at minimal value. The S80660L fits any operation with a medium to excessive manufacturing quantity and a structured workflow. It’s appropriate with wide selection of media and fits purposes together with high-value giant format photograph imaging, PANTONE licensed POS and signage, back-lit shows and window decorations, wallpapers, floor finishes and décor.
In Epson’s new resin vary, the SureColor R5000L presents low operating value and brings correct and repeatable color to a platform optimised for speedy job turnaround. The SureColor R5000L is designed to supply signage, décor and promotional materials. It makes use of aqueous (water-based) ink that’s just like latex however formulated for enhanced scratch resistance and a decrease curing temperature. Enhanced print sturdiness is matched with enhanced mechanical reliability and a diminished operating value.
Leveraging Epson’s many years of color and imaging experience would be the Epson SureColor V7000 UV flatbed printer, which is powered by eight PrecisionCore printheads and a brand new UltraChrome UV ink to ship excellent print high quality on many kinds of media together with paper, movie, board, Corflute, vinyl, canvas, aluminium, timber and acrylic as much as 80 mm thick.
The Epson SureColor F6460 represents the corporate’s fourth technology 44″ mannequin and options enhanced picture high quality with sooner efficiency and a less complicated operation. The F6460 has been made to swimsuit a variety of manufacturing purposes from customised material and clothes to high quality décor and merchandise, premium arduous and smooth signage. It may be ordered in both a 4c or 6c model with a selection of color units and makes use of handy 1.6L ink pouches. Prints are made on paper which is transferred (sublimated) through a warmth press onto materials with a polyester base or polyester pre-treatment.
Epson may also be displaying their newest options for direct-to-garment (DTG) and direct-to-film (DTF) together with a brand-new mannequin, the SureColor F2260.
Becoming a member of the Epson Australia group on the present this yr will probably be Shuhei Sato – Epson Australia’s new Product Supervisor specialising in skilled print options. Shuhei beforehand labored at Epson HQ in Japan and comes with a wealth of information concerning international tendencies inside the giant format printing area.
Visible Impression, which is able to open on the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park from 3-5 Might, caters to the visible graphics industries to showcase the very best in digital printing and signage and host a variety of workshops, seminars and demonstrations. To register, go to https://tickets.lup.com.au/visual-impact-sydney-2023?cat=cat-registration