Epson Advances Digital Printing with OEM PrecisionCore Printheads

August 2, 2021

Epson America, Los Alamitos, Calif., recently announced it is making its MEMs thin-film piezo inkjet printheads available to printer OEMs for integration into next-generation industrial printers.

Epson has continued to lead the industry in innovation with its Si MEMs-based PrecisionCore technology, setting new benchmarks for digital printing speed, quality, and reliability, according to the company. Epson PrecisionCore is equipped with options for aqueous, UV and solvent-based ink, in flexible design configurations.

“Epson is a market leader in printhead technology, offering advanced solutions that deliver high productivity, durability and scalability,” says Rob Rogers, product manager, OEM Printheads, Epson America, Inc. “With these PrecisionCore printheads now available, OEMs can integrate some of the most advanced printhead technology into their industrial printers, helping expand the state of digital printing. We are looking forward to enabling our customers to make an impact in their industries.”

Epson’s OEM printheads are available in four series: the S-Series Printheads offers high productivity and maximum 4.73-inch-wide MEMs printhead series equipped with ink recirculation; the I-Series Printheads has 1.33-inch-wide MEMs printheads that provide high image quality with 600dpi high-density resolution; and the L-Series and F-Series Printheads which feature MACH (Multi Layer ACtuator Head) technology leveraged for high precision and high density and can be used for up to eight colors. — D.S.