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Epson to show latest printing technologies at Siggraph 2016
27
Jul '16
Courtesy:  Siggraph
Courtesy: Siggraph
Epson will display its latest professional printing and projection technologies at the Studio at Siggraph 2016 – 'Transition Spaces'.

According to Epson, visitors to the Studio will learn how to use a broad range of printing technologies, techniques and applications with help from experienced hands.

“The Studio brings latest technologies and materials together with the brightest minds to experiment, learn, and inspire creativity,” Epson said.

The training modules include Professional Printing, Unlocked; Studio T-Shirt Design & Printing; Large-Format Printing in the Studio; and Digital 'Draw-Off' Competition

"Epson is a leader in imaging technologies, and we are thrilled to continue our partnership, bringing the latest printing and projection technology to the Studio," said Gerry Derksen, chair, Studio, at Siggraph 2016.

"Attendees will have opportunities to work directly with a wide array of printing technologies, ranging from desktop photo printers, 44-inch wide-format plotters, and direct-to-garment t-shirt printers," he added. (AR)

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