Epson Introduces Next Gen Solvent Printers From $16,995

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Epson America has introduced its next generation 64-inch solvent printer ā€“ the EPSON SureColor S30670. The SureColor S30670 is the first ever solvent-based printer to use the EPSON MicroPiezo TFP print head, and will be available in April through authorized Epson Professional Imaging resellers for a list price of $16,995.

The SureColor S30670 utilizes an entirely new print engine featuring Epson’s MicroPiezo TFP print head to deliver droplet sizes as small as 4.2 picoliters and double the nozzle density of Epson’s previous solvent printer. The SureColor S30670 is a four-color solvent printer (CMYK) and leverages EPSON UltraChrome GS2 solvent-based ink technology. UltraChrome GS2 includes a newly formulated yellow ink that can produce prints with up to three years of outdoor durability without lamination. In addition, these new inks deliver virtually odorless printing without the need for external dryers, special ventilation or air purification systems, and do not contain Nickel (Ni) compounds, says Epson.


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