Epson Enters Large-Format Technical Plotting Market
Epson SureColor T-Series targeted at architects, engineers, GIS professionals.
October 26, 2012
By DE Editors
Epson America introduced a new line of large-format color plotters designed to meet the specific requirements of engineering and scientific professionals: the Epson SureColor T3000, T5000 and T7000. The SureColor T-Series offers architects, engineers and GIS professionals fast plotting speeds, high plotting accuracy and a new Epson UltraChrome XD pigment ink for virtually any media type, the company says.
“The SureColor T-Series was developed based on direct feedback from architects and engineers who consistently underscored the need for easy and reliable ways to make accurate, large-format plots quickly and cost effectively,” said Timothy Check, product manager, professional imaging, at Epson. “The SureColor T-Series not only meets those needs, but goes beyond, integrating Epson’s long-standing photo heritage and printing technology innovation into a complete line of state-of-the art plotters.”
The plotters provide resolutions up to 2880 x 1440 dpi and can produce a presentation-quality D-size plot in as little as 25 seconds and up to 110 per hour. They also includes an output stacking basket that organizes up to 20 A1/D- or A0/E-sized plain paper plots for quick retrieval and to reduce sorting time.
The T-Series ink cartridges are available in 110 ml, 350 ml, as well as a high-capacity 700 ml sizes.
The T3000, T5000 and T7000 feature maximum print widths of 24, 36, and 44-inches respectively. The feature a full-color LCD control panel with a simple button layout.
For more information, visit Epson.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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