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Epson Now Shipping Screen Print Edition Printers
Epson America, Long Beach, Calif., announced it is now shipping the new 17-inch SureColor P800 Screen Print Edition and the 24-inch SureColor T3270 Screen Print Edition.
Both models come bundled with AccuRIP Black Pearl SE software and Epson Screen Positive Film to produce film positives used to burn screens. The Epson SC-P800SP and SC-T3270SP are now available for $1,795 and $3,495, respectively, through select authorized Epson Professional Imaging resellers.
“The SureColor Screen Print Editions come fully equipped with high-quality ink, reliable film and easy-to-use software from AccuRIP to meet all screen printing needs, and we are thrilled to begin shipping into the hands of our customers,” said Matt Kochanowski, product manager, Professional Imaging, Epson America, Inc. “Advanced and versatile printing solutions, the SC-P800SP and SC-T3270SP create exceptional quality screen positive film, as well as quality posters and even photos — all at fast speeds to keep up with intense production demands. We look forward to continued feedback from our customers and uncovering new applications and use cases.”
The Epson SureColor P800SP and T3270SP produce high-quality solid and halftone films up to 65 lines per inch (lpi) with high ultraviolet opacity and black density up to 4.0 Dmax — all at up to 40 films per hour with the SC-T3270SP, according to the company.
Leveraging Epson MicroPiezo AMC printhead technology with precision ink-drop control, the SureColor P800 Screen Print Edition is a 17-inch-wide borderless printer capable of high-volume printing and output resolutions up to 2,880 x 1,440 dpi. The 24-inch SureColor T3270 Screen Print Edition features Epson’s latest PrecisionCore TFP print head and a five-color UltraChrome XD ink configuration, available in multiple sizes, to deliver output with brilliant color and crisp lines, and flexibility to mix-and-match to meet specific business needs, according to the company.
For more information, visit epson.com. — J.L.
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