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Epson Releases Two New Printers

The SureColor T7770D and P8570D 44-in. dual-roll printers are the company’s newest high-volume models.

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Epson SureColor T7770D Epson’s SureColor T7770D technical printer

Epson (Los Alamitos, CA) recently launched two new wide-format dual-roll printers. According to a release by Epson, these printers are intended to help improve production time and increase volume output, while also maximizing productivity.

The SureColor T7770D 44-in. dual-roll printer features 2.64-in. PrecisionCore printhead technology to deliver strong image quality and accurate details, even at fast printing speeds.

The T7770D prints posters and POP displays at speeds over 300 sq. ft./hr, technical drawings at production-class speeds over 1,400 sq. ft./hr, and A1/D-size prints as fast as 16 seconds. This printer was designed to meet the complex and demanding needs of technical and production printing environments, per the release from Epson.

The SureColor P8570D 44-in. dual-roll printer is designed to meet high-volume production needs, featuring a unique flat-top design with the complete front operation, and simple automatic roll loading and dual roll/take-up reel integrated to deliver maximum productivity.

This printer is suitable for photo fulfillment, retail photo labs, posters and graphic art production. It prints on a wide range of media, including photos, fine art, canvas and rigid poster board up to 1.5mm thick — also according to the company release.

Additional 24- and 44-in. SureColor P-Series production-class models, including options for 1.6L ink packs, and additional 44-, 36- and 24-in. SureColor T-Series printers and optional production stackers will all be available in late 2022 and early 2023.

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For more information, visit epson.com.

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