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Epson roadshows at Raipur, Aurangabad on 24, 25 June

23 June 2017

Epson will have a serious presence in Raipur and Aurangabad with a one-day roadshow for its range of graphics and fabric printers. The Raipur event will be held on 24 June at Hotel Simran Heritage whereas the Aurangabad roadshow will be held on 25 June at Hotel Grand Kailash.

epson The company is looking at show-and-tell plus demos of its signage and décor printers
The company is looking at show-and-tell plus demos of its signage and décor printers to showcase superior output with faster, more efficient and cost-effective operation. 
Vasudevan LK of Epson said, “The machines are compatible to an enhanced range of media, including the full range of paper, canvas, film, and vinyl substrates. They produce images that are brighter, and more durable, have a higher gloss level and gamut range than competitors.” 
In addition, Epson will focus on its photo and fine art printers have long set the standard for colour and black and white image reproduction. Whether you are producing commercial photo prints, wedding albums, school photos or gallery-ready artwork, Epson says it has the solution.
One of the thrust areas in Aurangabad is Epson’s poster and graphic printers that provide a flexible and cost-effective solution for production of promotion and display materials. Vasudevan added, “Whether you are producing posters, POS displays, presentation artwork, or other graphics, Epson has the solution.”
And finally, on vie will be Epson’s fabric and merchandise printers which are designed to enable the rapid and cost-effective production of printed goods and material.
When the Epson SureColor Fabric DS series was first released it represented a new era; designed from the ground up for dye sublimation. It provided one of the first turnkey single-vendor production platforms. Likewise, the SC-F9200 combines wide-format output with low running costs and efficient roll-to-roll operation. It suits production of clothing, soft signage, and printed fabrics. Prints are made on paper which is then transferred (sublimated) via a heat press onto material that contains a polyester base or has received a polyester pre-treatment.
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