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Epson introduces PrecisionCore technology to Malaysia's label printing industry

AvantiKumar | Jan. 14, 2016
The ColorWorks C7510G is a revolutionary label printer, which delivers a new level of flexibility, says Epson Malaysia's Danny Lee.

Danny Lee, General Manager, Sales and Marketing, Epson Malaysia 

Photo - Danny Lee, General Manager, Sales & Marketing, Epson Malaysia.


With the launch of its ColorWorks C7510G printer, digital imaging and print solutions company Epson is introducing Malaysia's label printing industry to its PrecisionCore technology.

Danny Lee, general manager, Sales & Marketing, Epson Malaysia, said, "We have brought our cutting-edge PrecisionCore technology to the label printing industry with the launch of the ColorWorks C7510G. This revolutionary label printer brings a new level of flexibility and customisation to the industrial printing process with its precision, colour and speed that is unrivalled in its class, while bringing cost savings on inks."

Lee said he on-demand ColorWorks C7510G label printer delivers high-speed printing of superior quality colour labels at 600dpi resolution, while bringing enhanced cost efficiency to high volume label printing.

This is Epson's first industrial colour label printer with the innovative PrecisionCore Print Chip Technology, he added.

With swift print speeds of up to 300mm/sec, the C7510G is the fastest printing speed in its class, Lee said. Individual ink cartridge replacement enhances cost savings.

The Colorworks C7510G can be used for a mixed variety of customisable prints and colours within a print job, he said. "On-demand cooler printing brings flexibility in allowing for changes in design, and can help reduce label creation errors and charges."

The ColorWorks C7510G will suit a variety of retail and industrial applications from product packaging to track and trace label applications, for industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and retail.

"We will continue to bring new innovations that will enhance packaging and track and trace applications for businesses across sectors," Lee said.

For more information, visit the Epson website.


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