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Inkjet’s bounty abounds

Epson used this year’s edition of Label and Print at the NEC to showcase its range of Color Works inkjet printers and showcase to print-service-providers how the technology can help them diversify out of contracting markets.

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The Color Works C3500s was one of a number of machines on display on the Epson stand at Label and Print

The event ran alongside Packaging Innovations and Empack from February 28th to March 1st, welcoming visitors from all sorts of backgrounds. Epson took full advantage of this varied interest by displaying a number of machines that it says are suitable for use in a number of markets.

Both matt and G/gloss versions of the ColorWorks C7500s were on display at the event, along with the Color Works C3500s and a Color Works C831.

Dayle Guy, product manager at Epson UK, comments: “Color Works printers can handle even the shortest, customised runs which minimises waste and maximises convenience.

Color Works printers can handle even the shortest, customised runs which minimises waste and maximises convenience

“They can operate with a rewinder it is possible to use RFID and NFC wireless communications to produce colour smart labels as well. These printers are a popular with both converter and end user customer bases being both robust and high quality but also affordable.”

As with all Epson printers, Color Works  machines use the firm’s own printheads and inks, with the Color Works printers making use of the DURAbrite Ultra inks and Ultra Chrome DL for the C7500G model.

Guy adds: “Although users have a one year Cover-Plus warranty which can include next day on-site service when they buy a Color Works printer, most buyers will also extend the Cover-Plus service for complete peace of mind.”

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