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Imaging giant Epson will be exhibiting at drupa under its sho sho sei spirit of innovation mantra, which translates as precision, compact and energy saving.

Epson P20560: Most advanced 64" SureColor P-Series large forrnat printer to date

There will be a new PrecisionCore printhead, the D3000, which is a high-speed single-pass technology, and is the first 1200dpi native resolution head.

There will be a new 64” roll-to-roll printer, new developments with the SurePress label press range, with the L4733, which Epson says is enabling printers to localise production, coming with a new optimiser fluid for higher quality, and real-time nozzle compensation for less downtime.

In textile printing the Monna Lisa 13000 with inkjet pigment inks is available without pre or post treatments, which means textiles can be printed and go straight to wash, dry and steam. Epson says for commercial printers looking for new revenue streams the Monna Lisa ticks all the boxes.

Epson is also continuing its drive into what it calls micro products: its new DTG and DTF printers, and its new desktop UV printers, the A4 V1000 and the A3 V2000. It says the new DTF and DTG printers are suitable for small retail printshops looking for an easy to operate systems that will release new revenue opportunities.

It will also release new solutions for creating colour profiles in less than five minutes, with the S10 spectrophotometer and SD10 scanning table.

Visitors to the Epson stand will see plenty of future innovation from Epson, including robotics, and there will be direct-to-object printing.


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