Digital print shop Resolution Imaging has finished the installation of its Epson SureColor S80600, with the new machine focused on producing self-adhesive vinyl.
For director Darren Watkins, “The fast drying inks have proved invaluable when trying to meet the tight deadlines everyone in the industry faces on a daily basis.
Watkins took time out of the business, attending the Tokyo Sign exhibition before making his selection.
Located 20km east of the Melbourne CBD, Resolution Imaging has operated since 1996, and points to its “digital with a difference” philosophy across enhanced utility and environmentally responsible retail display solutions.
Watkins says, “We will bend over backwards to get the job done. Our team integrates extensive graphic arts experience, high adaptability and a genuine sense of fun. The new signage printer had to match all of those qualities and deliver more.
“So, after a successful trip to Tokyo Sign and having a good look at all of the Japanese solvent printers on their home turf, coming back and buying the Epson S80600 was an easy decision as it stood head and shoulders over the competition.
“The gamut in particular is a real plus with Pantone colours being reproduced with ease. Our S80600 is also coupled with an Onyx RIP to aid us in maintaining high standards of quality reproduction.”
Resolution Imaging acquired the S80600 complete with software that ensures it can easily take care of their high-value high-impact applications including large format photo imaging, indoor POS and signage, back-lit displays, window decorations, wallpapers, surface finishes and décor.
Watkins continued, “The Epson S80600 ticked all of the boxes, quality print with a wide colour gamut, an output speed that suited our needs and an ease of use that we still talk about every day.
“Put simply it has been an excellent, high quality, high speed, highly efficient large format signage printer with no equal.”
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