Archive for February, 2017

Screen GP partners with TagG Informatique to develop solution for latest presses that ensures complex variable data printing at high speed

SCREEN Graphic and Precision Solutions Co., Ltd (Screen GP), the world’s leading manufacturer of high-speed inkjet presses, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with TagG Informatique (TagG) to develop a fully-native IPDS controller for the Truepress Jet520 HD and Truepress Jet520NX high-speed inkjet presses.

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John Herrera, winner of the 2015 London Emerging Designer Awards, uses Epson digital printing technology to open up new creative possibilities

16th February 2017 – Fashion designer John Herrera (www.johnherreracouture.com) has partnered with Epson to produce a 30-piece collection digitally printed with Epson’s textile dye-sublimation printers. The collection for men and women is inspired by the Aguila, the protected Great Philippine Eagle, and will show at London Fashion Week on Monday 20th February (4-6pm, Fashion Scout Freemason’s Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London).

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16th February 2017 – At Sign & Digital UK (Booth C30, NEC Birmingham, 28-30 March 2017), Epson will show the power of its SureColor range of wide-format printers, used to produce a wide variety of high-quality value-added applications. Visitors will see selected models from the SureColor SC-S (eco-solvent), SC-T (aqueous) and SC-F (dye-sublimation) ranges printing superb quality display graphics, POS, wallpaper, textiles, soft signage, and vehicle wraps.

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(18th-21st March 2017, Stand E81, NEC, Birmingham)

UK debut for SureColor SC-P5000 professional printer.
Focus on choice, quality, reliability, productivity and connectivity

14 February 2017 – At The Photography Show Epson will show the versatile SureColor SC-P5000 for the first time in the UK, and demonstrate a variety of its latest 17-64 inch SureColor SC-P professional photo printers and award winning Expression Photo range.

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