Tabletop system capable of printing 60k labels daily

Rick Lingle in Labels on September 15, 2014

Debuting at Label Expo last week, the high-speed C7500 tabletop label printer fills a gap in Epson America’s product line and permits users to reduce their labeling costs.

 

The C7500 is the company’s first industrial ColorWorks label printer with PrecisionCore print chip technology to offered custom “Just In Time Color” (JITC) Labeling to provide fast turnarounds on in-house printing needs with labels printed to offer 4-color shelf impact.

 

At the company’s Label Expo booth, a full-color shoebox label was demoed by Andy Scherz, senior product manager, who characterized the C7500 as the first of Epson America’s next generation of industrial printers. The C7500’s technology delivers a higher image resolution of 600 x 1200 DPI at faster (12 inches per second) speeds with precise dot placement. It promises to increase print speed by as much as four-fold or more and ink capacity by tenfold.

 

Scherz noted that the system is a cost-effective solution to market drivers including private-label branding, regulatory compliance and supply chain optimization that push users to increase their use of product pictures, logos, color warnings and variable data elements.

 

The system can be used as a robust, cost-effective replacement for traditional thermal-transfer printers, he added.

 

Epson America

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