Epson Introduces Five New Printers at ISA 2019

Thursday, Epson announced new additions to the SureColor P-Series and S-Series printer families. There will be production versions of the Standard P10000 and P20000:

  • SureColor P10000 Production – 44-in aqueous printer designed to create high-quality sign and graphics in fast-paced production environments. Perfect for signage, indoor displays and photographic/fine art printing.
  • SureColor P20000 Production – 64-in aqueous printer designed to create high-quality sign and graphics in fast-paced production environments. Perfect for signage, indoor displays and photographic/fine art printing.

What’s different? ONYX RIPcenter, a workflow software that incorporates Adobe Postscript® and is a powerful color management tool is now included.

The new Production printers offer the same 2.6” wide Epson PrecisionCore® MicroTFP printhead as the Standard edition and the Epson UltraChrome® PRO nine-color pigmented ink set will still be available with high-capacity 700 ml ink cartridges which, along with more efficient ink usage, allows for an extremely low cost per print.

These printers will be available to order starting in May.

In addition to the Production P-Series printers, Epson also announced the availability of Print and Cut bundles for the SureColor S-Series.

Available for order in June, these bundles will include an S-Series printer, and FC8600-130 cutter and Onyx software.

The S60600 is one of the fastest production printers on the market and now, combined with the Graphtec cutter and Onyx GamaPrintPro with Onyx CUT-Server, a premium print and cut solution is available.

The S80600 partners photographic image output with a top-of-the-line cutter and Onyx Thrive, to provide color-critical clients a reliable print and cut option.

Ordering details are not available for these new Epson printers, but if you would like more information, please call one of our printer specialists at 800-453-9538.

The LexJet Experience: Bringing Applications to Life

The LexJet Experience was a success! Our open-house showcased equipment, RIP software and media applications for local customers. Representatives were on hand from Canon, EPSON and HP as well as GRAPHTEC, SignComp framing systems, Onyx and ImagePrint.

Set up on the third floor of the Sarasota, Fla. headquarters, the trade show-style event allowed LexJet customers the opportunity to discuss current technology, best practices and innovative applications with the vendors of their choice.

Vince Bejar, LexJet sales representative, had several customers in attendance. “They were excited about the opportunity to visit our office,” he says. “They enjoyed the hospitality and are looking forward to growing with our partnership.”

Timothy Mitchell, the resident expert in all things HP Latex, was available to discuss the best media to use with the latex printers, including his recent review of the new HP Prime Gloss Air GP.

With such an intimate setting, customers spent as much time as they needed with vendors. “I was happy about the way the customers engaged in conversations with everyone,” said HP Partner Business Manager, Frank DeMartino. “They had questions about specific applications for both the latex printers and the Z-series printers, and they wanted to learn more about the vertical trimmer on the Z9+.”

Craig Hellman, Senior Account Manager for Epson, agreed that customers were seeking solutions for unique applications. “There was a lot of interest in dye-sub printing,” Hellman said. “They want to know how to create promotional products, displays, signage and, of course, apparel.”

With Epson’s breadth of products, it wasn’t just the dye-sub applications that piqued their curiosity. “People are very interested in what the SureColor S-Series (solvent) printers can do. They asked about signage and display, but they also want to know about décor printing.”

As the day began winding down, everyone seemed to have the same question: “When are you going to do this again? This was a great learning experience.”

Given the positive feedback we’ve received, we look forward to doing another open house later this year. If you were in attendance, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact your LexJet sales representative at 800-453-9538, leave us a comment here on the blog, or visit our Facebook page.

NEW: Exclusive Knowledge Center for LexJet.com Users

We know it’s not always convenient to jump on a call to troubleshoot a technical issue, that’s why we compiled more than 100 answers to common problems on our all new Knowledge Center.

If you’ve got an issue with a print or a printer, you can easily find a solution on the new Knowledge Center by reviewing the content under your equipment brand, including Canon, Epson, HP and more.

This exclusive content is available to registered online LexJet.com users. Don’t have an account? No sweat. It only takes a minute to register. Just head over to LexJet.com and click on Log In and you’ll get an option to register.

Once you’re logged in, find the Knowledge Center under the user menu drop down. Watch the video above to learn how it all works.

Of course, we’re here to answer any technical questions you may have, so give us a call at 800-453-9538.

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.