3 Things You Need to Know About the New Epson S-Series Printers | LexJet Blog

3 Things You Need to Know About the New Epson S-Series Printers


Earlier this month, Epson introduced a new line of 64-inch SureColor S-Series printers. The SureColor S30675 is an ideal entry-level sign printer, delivering reliable output up to 140 square-feet per hour.

The SureColor S70675 is Epson’s latest high-quality photographic signage output machine, perfect for everyday production, with speeds of up to 190 square-feet per hour.

These two printers began shipping this month.

Epson’s SureColor S50675, which is expected to be available beginning in June, produces high-quality output up to 240 square-feet per hour, making it Epson’s fastest signage print — ideal for high-volume, busy print shops.

Here are three key points to know about these new S-Series printers:

1. Under the hood. Epson’s engineers took customer feedback and improved the machines’ imaging technologies, including the addition of a Dual-Array PrecisionCore® TFP® print heads.

Eps_scS50_features2_375x3422. Ink updates. These printers utilize Epson’s UltraChrome GS2 and UltraChrome GSX solvent inks. The Epson Orange Plus ink has been upgraded for an extended color gamut. The optional high-density white ink is paired with a sedimentation-reduction technology to keep the cartridge from drying out. Plus, these S-Series printers have a Metallic Silver ink option, as well.

3. Rebates. Through the end of April, these printers come with an instant $2,000 rebate. Prices for the SureColor S30675SureColor S70675 and SureColor S50675 reflect this discount. Check our Rebates page each month for new savings options. So stay tuned for May rebates.

For more information about these printers, call a LexJet print specialist at 800-453-9538.

Shellie has more than 20 years of experience in the print publication industry as a content strategist, editor and writer. She has partnered with printing, photography and graphics professionals on a wide variety of publications and printing projects. At LexJet, she writes about customer experiences, industry trends, new products and the latest inkjet printing innovations.

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