Epson Australia’s theme for this year’s Visual Impact show in Sydney will be “Say Yes to Success,” as the company showcases its range of latest print technologies with an increased focus on sustainability.
Epson SureColor S80660L
“At this year’s show Epson’s theme is, “Say Yes to Success” as the company demonstrates that the more solutions you offer your clients, the more work you can take on. Epson will also be showing companies how they can reduce their equipment footprint in smaller spaces and exhibiting the breadth and flexibility of their waste-reducing print products and solutions,” Epson said.
Epson Australia MD, Craig Heckenberg: “Due to the impact of Covid-19, businesses have opted to bring more print back to Australia. We have expanded our print range in order to meet any business’s needs.
“Epson is also striving to further reduce wastage and water requirements. We place more emphasis on digital printing that is more efficient, both for synthetic and natural fibers. You will see a range of these products and solutions on show and demonstrated at Visual Impact 2023 in Sydney.”
Joining the Epson team at the show this year will be Shuhei Sato – Epson Australia’s new Product Manager specialising in professional print solutions. Shuhei has a wealth knowledge about global trends in large format printing and was previously employed at Epson Headquarters in Japan.
Visual Impact will feature some Epson printers, including:
Epson SureColor T7760D
Epson SureColor T7760D will kick off proceedings. This compact printer combines high speed production with flexible media handling and a compact footprint. It is suitable for companies that need large-format posters and colour drawings in medium to high quantities. This model is especially suitable for retail, construction and print-4pay applications.
Epson SureColor S80660L (pictured top)
The Epson S80660L was created to produce durable images that can be used in a variety of formats. This is done quickly, efficiently, and at minimal cost. The S80660L can be used in any production operation that has a moderate to high production volume, and follows a structured workflow. It is compatible with wide range of media and suits applications including high-value large format photo imaging, PANTONE certified POS and signage, back-lit displays and window decorations, wallpapers, surface finishes and décor.
Epson’s SureColor R5000L
On to Epson’s new resin range and the SureColor R5000L, which offers a low running cost and brings accurate and repeatable colour to a platform optimised for rapid job turnaround. The SureColor R5000L is designed to produce signage, décor and promotional material. The SureColor R5000L uses an aqueous (water-based), ink similar to latex, but with enhanced scratch resistance and lower curing temperatures. It offers enhanced print durability and lower running costs.
Epson SureColor V7000
Leveraging Epson’s decades of colour and imaging expertise will be the Epson SureColor V7000 UV flatbed printer, which is powered by no less than eight PrecisionCore printheads and a new UltraChrome UV ink to deliver outstanding print quality and low cost of ownership on many types of media including paper, film, board, Corflute, vinyl, canvas, aluminium, timber and acrylic up to 80 mm thick.
Epson SureColor F6460
The Epson SureColor F6460 represents the company’s fourth generation 44″ model and features enhanced image quality with faster performance and a simpler operation. The F6460 has been made to suit a wide range of production applications from customised fabric and garments to quality décor and merchandise, premium hard and soft signage. You can choose from a 4c or 6c version and it comes with convenient 1.6L ink cartridges. It is made from paper that has been sublimated onto polyester material using a heat press.
Visual Impact Sydney will see Epson’s new SureColor F2260 printer for direct-to garment (DTG). They will also show their latest solutions for DTG, DTF and direct-tofilm (DTF) printing.
Epson is at Visual Impact on Stand C12, Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, 3-5 May.