Weeks after launching its first commercial printer with PrecisionCore inkheads, Epson has followed up with an update to its mini desktop photo printer.
The company says the SureLab D700 photo printer is specifically designed for commercial photo and photo merchandise production.
Epson business general manager Craig Heckenberg says the D700 "represents a fantastic opportunity for printing professionals to expand their services or shift from outdated technologies to new digital dry lab technology".
“The affordable price and plug and play approach to the solution means anyone who is serious about high quality photographic printing can do so quickly and easily at a fraction of the cost of more expensive labs,” he says.
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The D700 is able to produce up to 360 6”x4” production quality photos an hour. It produces durable colour and black and white images on gloss, luster ad matte media and produce prints sized from 102mm x 89mm to 210mm x 1000mm.
The new printer will be launched at photography expo The Digital Playground at Luna Park on September 12-14, along with a Print and Share Kiosk and running demonstrations of its Stylus Photo R3000, and Stylus Pro 3880 and 7900 printers.
Heckenberg says The Digital Playground is a good opportunity for Epson to showcase its photo printing wares.
“Visitors to our stand will be among the first in Australia to view our latest professional photo printer,” he says.
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