Epson has enhanced its the ColorWorks C7500 with the addition of Wasatch RIP software, adding colour and workflow management capabilities, and continuous media support.
Epson will demonstrate its ColorWorks series of desktop label printers, along with its hands-free LabelWorks labelling devices, at PPMA Total Show 2016 on 29th September at NEC, Birmingham. New features will attract customers who want to print continuous labels as well as those who have used the printer with die-cut media.
David Spratt, Sales Manager, Business Systems, Epson UK said, “the PPMA Total Show brings together some of the very latest technologies available to the packaging and labelling sector under one roof and is the perfect venue for us to demonstrate the versatile features and capabilities of the Epson Series of label printers.”
Epson’s Colorworks Series of inkjet label printers have been designed to simplify the traditional process for producing colour enhanced labels and with the new software tools and features that have been developed, are hoping to attract companies looking to invest.
The Epson LabelWorks range features handheld industrial label printers designed to boost productivity in demanding environments. It is suitable for labelling electrics, cabling, including audio/video cables, data communications equipment, as well as pipes and machinery, in offices, factories, server rooms and construction sites. The Labelworks printer has also been recognised for its innovative product design when it was awarded the prestigious iF Design Award earlier this year.