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Epson wins 3 Wide-Format & Signage top product awards
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Apr '16
Courtesy: Epson
Courtesy: Epson
Epson, a pioneer in digital fabric printing, has been awarded three Wide-Format and Signage readers’ choice 2016 top product awards. The company was recognized in the “ink: dye sub/textile”, “ink: solvent (eco, mild, and hard)” and “media: fine art and photography” categories.

Epson UltraChrome DS ink used in the SureColor F-Series dye-sublimation printer line and the Epson UltraChrome GSX ink used in the SureColor S-Series solvent printer line were recognized in the “ink: dye sub/textile” and “ink: solvent (eco, mild, and hard)” category respectively.

“The Wide-Format and Signage top product awards honor products that have directly improved and made a positive impact on efficiency and profit for businesses. Epson continues to produce outstanding products that infiltrate and invigorate the printing industry,” said Denise Gustavson, editorial director, Wide-Format and Signage.

The awards honor breakthrough products that have caused the most excitement in the industry and have been a valuable asset to wide-format printing businesses over the last year.

“The Epson Legacy Paper line, UltraChrome DS ink, and UltraChrome GSX ink have expanded Epson’s presence in the wide-format printing industry, helping customers and PSPs to produce products with outstanding reliability and unparalleled image quality. Being recognized by Wide-Format and Signage readers is a privilege and we are grateful to the printing community for the recognition. We will continue to strive to create solutions that advance and cultivate the printing market,” said Reed Hecht, product manager, Epson America. (NA)

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