June 2020 issue TechEpson has brought the best of its wide-format printer technology to two new desktop printers: the 13-inch SureColor P700 and the 17-inch SureColor P900. These units are compact compared to previous SureColor P-Series desktop printers while boasting innovations such as 2.4 and 5 Ghz wireless networking. The printer drivers have seen remarkable improvement. New Epson Media Installer software eliminates the frustration of determining settings and profiles. Instead, it’s just one step to... Continue Reading >
November 2019 issue TechHas Epson been eavesdropping? Improvements and new features in the 24-inch SureColor P7570 and 44-inch SureColor P9570 printers show that the company is responding to customers of its wide-format printers who wanted this fixed and that added.To start with, users can now select matte black or photo black without switching ink tanks or going through an ink-changing process. And Epson’s new ltraChrome Pro12 pigment ink set boasts 12 colors, including a violet ink that expands the color gamut.... Continue Reading >
While printing can, and in some cases should, be outsourced, being able to offer customers large-format high-quality prints made in house can offer an increase in profitability and faster delivery times. When considering the cost of a printer, photographers need to take into account the ongoing operating costs of ink, media, and time.Though the Canon imagePrograf Pro-2000 shares a lot of technology with the 17-inch Pro-1000 reviewed in our March issue (“New Pro Line”), its 24-inch roll...
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