Epson Breaks Through with 64-inch Solvent Printer

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Epson unveiled its next generation 64-inch solvent printer, the Epson SureColor S30607, which for the first time will be using the Epson MicroPiezo TFP print head.

The SureColor S30607 is a follow up to Epson’s first solvent printer, the Stylus Pro GS6000, and will target signage, vehicle graphics and fine art markets. With the new print engine featuring the MicroPiezo TFP print head, the SureColor S30670 can deliver droplet sizes as small as 4.2 picoliters and double the nozzle density.

The SureColor S30670 uses a four color high capacity UltraChrome GS2 solvent based ink system with individual cartridges up to 700 ml. It also offers roll media loading with manual Epson LiftAssist, a Take in and Take-Up reel system and the UltraChromeGS2 solvent-based inks work on almost all standard coated or uncoated solvent media.

With faster print speeds up to 619 square feet per hour in draft mode and 205 square feet per hour for normal signage production, Epson believes the SureColor S30670 will “deliver higher quality printing, faster and better, at an extreme overall value.”

The Epson SureColor S30670 will be available in April through authorized resellers for the suggested list price of $16,995.



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