Epson Exhibits SureColor Printer Range at Cape Town Sign Africa Expo


Epson exhibited the SureColor printer range: SC-S30610, SC-T5200D and the SureColor SC-F6000 at the Cape Town Sign Africa Expo, held at the CTICC from 2-3 September 2015.

The Epson Surecolor SC-S30610 builds on the success of the Epson wide-format printer range for signage and POS applications. A 162.6cm (64 inches), four-colour (CMYK), roll-fed printer, the SC-30610 sets a new price/performance ratio in this highly competitive sector.
It was designed from the ground up to offer efficient and environmentally-friendly production at the lowest total cost of ownership, the SC-30610 enables print firms, sign makers, digital copy shops and repro centres to expand their service offering.

The SC-T5200D maximises performance in busy graphics, CAD and GIS production environments. The double paper rolls and fast print speed meet the market’s need for maximum productivity and flexibility. Epson’s PrecisionCore TFP printheads do not need replacing and, together with UltraChrome XD ink, deliver the highest level of performance, value and versatile media support.

The SC-T5200D is one of the SC-T series of high-speed, four-colour large-format printers, designed to produce a wide range of high-quality display graphics, CAD and GIS applications in design, commercial print, copy shop, architecture, building, engineering, retail and education environments. To maximise productivity and flexibility, the SC-T5200D features double rolls with auto paper loading and auto switching between media, and high-speed printing outputting an A1 print takes just 28 seconds.

The Epson SC-F6000 is for small format soft signage, banners, customised promotional items and gadgets printing. It offers a low total-cost-of-ownership and is the first dye-sublimation printer in which every component has been designed and manufactured by Epson. This ensures that quality, performance and reliability are optimised for maximum productivity.

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