Smith Sign & Display's new arrival bounces with vibrant colour

June 19, 2019

The arrival of an Epson SureColor SC-S80600 large format printer has opened up a new dimension to Smith Sign & Display that will significantly enhance the company’s trade print offering.

With its ten colour process the SC-S80600, comes with separate spot colours of red and orange ink cartridges, and allows colour printing in white and metallics.

The white option is great when creating window graphics on optically clear film, as a much better quality and clarity of image can be achieved,” explains Smith’s head of marketing, Chris Bradley. “And the separate red and orange ink cartridges, mean that red and orange shades can be matched to PANTONE and special corporate colours with an extremely high degree of accuracy.”

The Epson SureColour SC-S80600 solvent inkjet printer uses Epson’s own UltraChrome GS3 ink to create vivid results for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications, from simple signage to banners, point-of-sale, window graphics, vehicle wraps, high-end displays and décor over a wide range of substrates from paper to film and textiles. The fast drying properties of the inks also means that faster turnaround times can be achieved.

“Running alongside our existing HP Latex technology, the Epson solvent printer enables us to offer an even wider range of services to our trade print customers,” concludes Bradley.

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