🎙 Tune in to Episode 4 of the “Extended Gamut” Podcast! 🎙 Welcome to the fourth episode of The Extended Gamut Podcast! On this episode our hosts Jeff and Andy discuss the following questions: What foam board is approved for the HP Pagewide?What are the steps I need to follow to make a canvas wrap?How … Continue reading The Extended Gamut Podcast – Episode 4
Do More With EPSON ColorWorks Color Label Printers You may already own an EPSON SureColor wide format printer, but did you know that EPSON is also a leader in the label printing space? Epson leverages their world class inkjet technology and puts it into compact desktop label printers that can produce prints up to 12 … Continue reading EPSON ColorWorks Label Printers
Sugar Cane – a natural white paper with a distinct surface texture 300 gsm · 70% sugar cane fibres · 30% cotton · natural white Hahnemühle Sugar Cane extends the Natural Line with a FineArt inkjet paper made from a rapidly renewable natural raw material – sugar cane. 70% of this environmentally friendly FineArt inkjet … Continue reading Introducing a New Addition to the Hahnemühle Natural Line: Sugar Cane
To get a Take-Up-Reel, or to not get a Take-Up-Reel? Due to all Dye Sublimation applications, their finishing techniques, and variations in print volumes, Dye Sublimation workflows can be quite unique. Which leaves us with a question when choosing the Epson SureColor F6370, To get a Take-Up-Reel, or to not get a Take-Up-Reel? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCByBSOlGjc Still … Continue reading Why Would I Want a Take-Up-Reel on my EPSON SureColor F6370?
Achieve breakthrough productivity with this industrial-level dye-sublimation solution. Since 2015 we have been selling Epson’s 64” dye sublimation printers. Maybe you already have an Epson SureColor F9200, F9370, or the current F9470 model. Over the last 7 years these printers have been very successful for customers looking to produce fashion, blankets, towels, and other textile … Continue reading EPSON SureColor F10070 Printer – What to Consider When Purchasing
Andy will explain how to buy your Epson Warranties at a volume discount Whenever you’re buying a new printer, its easy to get caught up in the print speeds, image quality, ink costs and all the other important variables to consider… and then to totally forget about the service component. It’s really important to understand … Continue reading How to Save 25% on Epson Warranties
Add another dimension of color to your stickers & decals with GF 765 Rainbow Holographic Film SPARTA, MI — General Formulations, a leading manufacturer of Pressure Sensitive Films, announced today the launch of GF 765 Rainbow Holographic Film. GF 765 adds a whole new dimension of color to graphics. It is 6-mil thick, for easy … Continue reading New Product Release: GF 765 Rainbow Holographic Film
🖨 Let's explore the Epson S-Series printers 🖨 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl-MyqWYPh8 Before we dive into the differences between the Epson S-Series printers, lets discuss the similarities. Each of the models is 64 inches wide and can print media down to 12 inches wide. They're all front loading and can handle media up to 95 pounds. Each unit … Continue reading The Epson SureColor S40600 vs. S60600 vs. S80600 Solvent Printer Comparison
🎙 Tune in to Episode 3 of the “Extended Gamut” Podcast! 🎙 Join us for the third episode of The Extended Gamut Podcast! On today's episode our hosts Jeff & Andy discuss the following questions: Why don't all printers have borderless printing?What is the maximum print area of an F2100?What is the difference between a … Continue reading The Extended Gamut Podcast Episode 3
More and more Epson printers are now shipping with the EPSON Edge Print RIP Software. In this video, Bob Miller Manager of Color Services at IT Supplies discusses some advantages and limitations of using Edge Print RIP Software at your print facility. 🎥Check out our YouTube video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgXv6OejvOg Still have questions regarding the EPSON … Continue reading Is EPSON Edge Print the Right Software RIP for Me?