Epson launches high speed ColorWorks label printers
23-04-2015 00:00:00
Epson launches high speed ColorWorks label printers
Epson has launched its ColorWorks C7500 series of color inkjet label printers which can print 1000 color labels in just ten minutes. Boasting high levels of productivity, print quality and reliability, the heart of the product is Epson's state-of-the-art Precision Core line head.

PrecisionCore line heads are print heads comprising a series of PrecisionCore MicroTFP print chips. Used to fire ink, print heads are essential printer components that are known as single pass line heads when they are arranged in a line pattern. On regular printers, print heads move from side to side while printing. However, single pass line heads can print faster because they are fixed in position and print across the entire width of the paper.

1,000 labels in 10 minutes

Due to a print chip that allows ink to be fired at a rate of 50,000 droplets per second, the ColorWorks C7500 series can print at blazing speeds of 300 mm per second. The new label printer also reduces the time and inconvenience of exchanging cartridges with its rolled paper packs of up to 8 inches and its high-yield ink cartridges.

Crisp and vibrant labels

Using Epson's original variable size dot technology (VSDT) allows the printer to control the size of the ink droplets it fires. The ability of the ColorWorks C7500 series to print three dot sizes allows it to print at resolutions of 600 X 1,200 dpi making it able to clearly reproduce images of people or landscapes, and sharp images of barcodes.

Durable and stable printing over long periods

For small businesses, it is essential that printers are both durable and capable of printing stably over a long period. The series gives business owners peace of mind by being able to print 500 km or up to 6.5 million sheets. For easy maintenance, there is a self-diagnostic system to maintain print quality by detecting and cleaning the occasional nozzle blockages. When this doesn't work, there is a system that allows neighboring nozzles to cover, and to maintain print quality.

Product labels, find on bottles, boxes and all other kinds of product packaging, are used to encourage consumers to make a purchase or to provide essential information. In recent years, high product turnover caused by ever-changing and diversifying customer needs has increased demand for a wide range of short-run product labels.

And as governments and other bodies have come to insist on color labeling of chemicals and products to help guarantee health and safety, labels have come to be used to manage products like pharmaceuticals when they are on the shelf.
-K Ramanathan

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