Epson expo coming to western Sydney

Epson Australia is holding a wide-format product expo in western Sydney, from November 15-16, attended by engineers and its business development team.

Nathan Fulcher, marketing communications manager, Epson says, “We recognise there are a lot of businesses that are further out west. It is an opportunity to see the latest gear, without going all the way to the city.”

The Epson Expo takes place 7am-7pm on November 15 and 16, at Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club in Colbee.

“We will have our SureColor S-Series solvent range, the 80600, and the 60600. We will also have our P-Series, our production graphics printers, the acqueous ink large-format machines. We also have our F-Series, our fabric printers: the two types. One is a dye-sublimation printer, and we also have our F2000, our direct to garment printer.

“Printers can see our smaller P-Series, the P800, and our D700, a compact high-volume photo printer.

“There will be a couple of our label printers in our ColorWorks series, our desktop label solutions for people interested in producing colour labels in-house.

“We also have our T-Series, our technical printers, and a few other bits and pieces.”

“It is to give people a chance to get hands on with the product. At the end of the day they are tools for people’s businesses and passions. Like any tool, you need to know how to use it properly to get the most out of it. This is a chance for people to get hands on and see just what they can do.

“If someone is thinking of updating or expanding their business, it is a good opportunity to see what options there are and how Epson can support those.

“We had an event in Melbourne last year, and one in Brisbane earlier this year. It is the third iteration now. The one in Brisbane went really well. Sydney and Melbourne get most of the love, but there are a lot of print businesses in Queensland. We made quite a few sales off the back of it as well.

“There is a lucky door prize, everyone who turns up gets the opportunity to win an office printer that comes with at least two years of ink out of the box. 7am to 7pm means that people can come before and after work as well.”

Epson says it is an open event, but encourages printers to RSVP beforehand at

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