The All New Epson P-Series Printers. Be One of the First.

We’re now processing orders for shipping the new Epson SureColor P10000 and Epson SureColor P20000 photo printers. These new machines offer state-of-the-art ink technology, printheads and media handling for extremely accurate colors at high-production volume.

Be one of the first to experience the latest technology produced by Epson:

Epson SureColor P10000: This 44-inch printer incorporates a new PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead with 8,000 nozzles and Epson UltraChrome PRO archival ink technology for faster-than-ever prints that can last up to 200 years. Plus, the 700mL ink cartridges are more efficient, so you have lower operating costs while keeping production running.

Epson SureColor P20000: The replacement for the Epson Stylus Pro 11880, this 64-inch model has the newly developed UltraChrome PRO nine-color ink set, with four levels of grey for less grain noise as well as excellent transitions. The added greys also reduce bronzing while the 1.5 times denser black pigments deliver exceptional black-and-white printing. Plus, the new, advanced media handling system can handle a variety of substrates, like 1.5mm thick poster board. An automatic take-up reel is also available.

Call LexJet at 800-453-9538 to learn more about these new printers, so we can get one headed to your shop now.

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Epson’s New Photo Printer for Fast, High-Volume Workflow

For fine art and photography production houses, the all new Epson SureColor P10000 answers all the demands for high-performance archival printing with speedy output.

Epson has designed this new 44-inch Standard Edition Printer for photographic, fine art and indoor display graphics, incorporating a new PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead, UltraChrome PRO archival ink technology and a 320GB print server for super-efficient workflow.

Here are some of the features built into this new professional photographic printer:

  • Twice-as-fast printing: New PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead has 8,000 nozzles for increased productivity
  • Archival print quality: Using Epson UltraChrome PRO archival ink technology, prints last up to 200 years, plus four levels of gray for ultra-accurate transitions, even at fast print speeds
  • Lower cost-per-print: 700mL ink cartridges use ink more efficiently, therefore lowering operating costs

Want to find out how the P10000 can help increase production and grow your business? Call us at 800-453-9538.

Epson Signature Worthy® Cold and Hot Press Papers

Find out why photographers and artists turn to Epson Signature Worthy® Papers for smooth or textured finishes and long-lasting results — now available at a reduced price.  Signature Worthy prints adorn galleries and exhibitions worldwide and represent the very best of Epson’s professional papers. Regardless of the intended look and feel of your final print, the Signature Worthy line accommodates varying output needs.

Photo Papers the Pros Trust

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Kodak has been a trusted name in the photo industry since 1888, when it was founded by George Eastman in Rochester, NY. These days, Kodak brings its mastery of all things photo-related to inkjet media that is compatible with Epson, Canon and HP printers.

Today’s Scouting Report focuses on Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Papers, Glossy Finish and Lustre Finish. These papers were updated in 2012 to perform even better with modern inkjet printer inks. They have a larger color gamut and higher Dmax to produce images with richer blacks, a wide color spectrum and the finest details, even in shadows.

kodak professional photo paper glossyThese inkjet photo papers were color texted with Monaco Gamutworks, which revealed that the colors that printed on them were accurate to the color captured in-camera. This true-color output makes the Kodak photo papers ideal for weddings, high-end retail, landscape, portraits, exhibit photography and more. The lay-flat technology that keeps the papers from curling make them easy to work with and ideal for portraits, as well.

Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Paper, Glossy Finish weighs in at 255 gsm with a smooth, high-gloss finish for maximum impact. Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Paper, Lustre Finish weighs in at 255 gsm with a satin finish similar to e-surface papers used in traditional darkroom printing. Plus, they have the Kodak watermark printed on the back — a symbol recognized by discerning end-customers.

Both resin-based inkjet photo papers are available in various sheet and roll sizes up to 60 inches wide. Call a LexJet representative to learn more about Kodak’s modern media at 800-453-9538.

The Engineer’s Choice for Wide-Format Printers: Epson T-Series

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In late 2014 Willie Meredith, one of a two-man operation at the electrical engineering firm RB Lewis Limited in Henrico, VA, was facing a common dilemma: His 17-year-old printer was still functioning, but was too slow for the firm’s growing needs, like jobs for Bass Pro Shops and the University of Richmond.

“We do print checks, presentation drawings and graphics posters, so I needed something with color,” Meredith says. “We needed a printer that could handle engineering drawings and computer graphics as well. We wanted a printer that was reliable and well-made that came well-reviewed, too.”

After doing some research, he partnered with a LexJet sales rep and decided on the Epson SureColor T7270, a 44-inch single-roll printer, which he has used exclusively to print on 20# bond paper.

“It does it all,” Meredith says. “I even recommended it to another engineer who bought one from LexJet, too.”

The precise line details, crisp text and photo quality graphics make the Epson T-Series printer an ideal choice among engineers, but it also will print on media ranging from bond paper and archival films to premium photo papers and up to 1.5 mm-thick poster boards.

Meredith says he’s been pleased with the amount of ink the printer uses, as well. “We had concerns about how long the ink would last,” he says. “But we’ve done quite a few prints and we’re still doing pretty good on ink. We’ve been pleasantly surprised with that.”

LexJet carries the Epson T-Series printers in single and double rolls, in varies sizes. Check out these options:

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SureColor T3270: 24″ single-roll printer; print speeds of up to 660 square feet per hour.

SureColor T5270: 36″ single-roll printer; print speeds of up to 740 square feet per hour.

SureColor T7270: 44″ single-roll printer; print speeds of up to 7800 square feet per hour.

SureColor T5270D: 36″ dual-roll printer; print speeds of up to 740 square feet per hour.

SureColor T7270D: 44″ dual-roll printer; print speeds of up to 780 square feet per hour.

For more information about the new Epson SureColor T-Series large-format inkjet printers, and for help finding the right printer for your shop, call a LexJet printer specialist at 800-453-9538.

 

Introducing: Even Richer Images with Next Generation Sunset Select Matte Canvas

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Printers and artists turn to Sunset Select Matte Canvas for projects as varied as unique, industrial-themed indoor art canvas wraps in Pennsylvania to weather-resistant fine-art photo banners in Idaho. The smooth texture, unsurpassed white point and crisp, rich photo production make it an easy choice for a multitude of projects and finishing treatments.

Versatile and durable, Sunset Select Matte Canvas was selected as one of 2010’s Hot Awards from Professional Photographer Magazine in the inkjet media category. And now, LexJet has released its next generation of the poly-cotton blend Sunset Select Matte Canvas.

The new Sunset Select Matte Canvas has a slight texture change and a higher Dmax, which means photos are even more detailed and vibrant. These improvements, however, haven’t altered the price, which remains the same for this 18 mil acid-free, pH neutral archival canvas.

Sunset Select Matte Canvas is available in standard roll widths from 17-inches to 60-inches in 40-foot rolls. It works with both dye and pigment inks and is compatible with current and legacy model printers from Canon, ColorSpan, Encad, Epson and Roland.

Call a LexJet print specialist at 800-453-9538 for more information and to try Sunset Select Matte Canvas for your next project.