Epson Rolls Out Five New PrecisionCore-Based Color Inkjet Large-Format Printers

SureColor_TSeries_Banner (1)Epson America reports that it’s now shipping its next-generation family of large-format color printers, the Epson SureColor T3270, T5270, T7270, T5270D, and T7270D. Equipped with Epson’s latest PrecisionCore TFP  print head and using Epson’s UltraChrome pigment inks, Epson says the SureColor T-Series provides technical, corporate, and marketing professionals an unprecedented combination of precision, performance, and brilliance, and are now available for purchase through authorized Epson Professional Imaging T-Series resellers.

Available in both single- and dual-roll models, Epson says the SureColor T-Series delivers “extreme line accuracy” with resolutions of up to 2,880 x 1,440 dpi, and are able to produce a presentation quality D-size plot in as little as 25 seconds. The SureColor T-Series 36- and 44-inch printer models also may be quipped with an optional multifunction (MFP) module, enabling PC-free full-color copy and scan capabilities, at up to 36-inches wide.

The SureColor T-Series is made up of five printer models, offering varying performance and feature sets to accommodate different printing needs:

Product

Max Width & Mode

Square Feet per Hour Print Speeds1

Optional MFP Module

MSRP Price

SureColor T327024-inch single-roll

660

No

$2,995

SureColor T527036- inch single-roll

740

Yes

$3,995

SureColor T727044-inch single-roll

780

Yes

$4,995

SureColor T5270D36-inch dual-roll

740

Yes

$5,995

SureColor T7270D44-inch dual-roll

780

Yes

$6,995

Epson says its UltraChrome XD inks delivers brilliant color printing and crisp lines on practically any media type, and varied ink capacities, the firm says users  can achieve archival and water-resistant output at an affordable cost. Multiple optional features are available for the new SureColor T-Series, including the previously noted Multifunction MFP Scanner upgrade for the 36- and 44-inch single and dual-roll models, 320-GB internal print-server upgrade, and True Adobe Postscript 3 Hardware Engine.

For more on the new Epson SureColor T-Series, visit Epson here.

“We have been using the SureColor T5270D dual-roll 36-inch printer with the multifunction scanning module to create drawings for a variety of customers in the civil engineering market, with needs ranging from 36-inch wide output down to 18-inch drawings to meet strict LA County requirements,” commented George Shweiri, owner of Denn Engineers. “With simultaneous support for two different media widths, the dual-roll T-Series machine has allowed us to not only maximize space, but also reduce overhead and lower total cost of ownership. Plus, the scan to-network shared folders capability has elevated overall efficiency.”

“The next-generation SureColor T-Series incorporates the latest in printing technology, and we are very excited to begin shipping into the hands of our customers,” commented Timothy Check, product manager for Epson America’s Professional Imaging “Whether printing retail posters, corporate graphics, CAD drawings or GIS maps, the T-Series printers are cost-effective, scalable machines that really can do it all. We look forward to feedback from our customers and discovering even more unique applications and use cases.”

As noted, the Epson SureColor T-Series is currently available through authorized Epson Professional Imaging resellers. The SureColor T-Series printers are equipped with a standard Epson Preferred Limited Warranty, a one-year program that includes toll-free advanced telephone support. Epson Preferred Plus extended service plans are available to provide coverage for up to two additional years. For more information, visit proimaging.epson.com.

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