by Apparel Resources News-Desk
2 weeks ago | 2 mins read
Epson America Inc has announced the opening of the Epson Technology Centre in California. It will display unique printing solutions including dye-sublimation, signage and photography besides direct to garment printing solutions along with providing a comprehensive first-hand experience to their customers and dealers.
The new technology centre will give its customers and dealers a closer and deeper look into expanding their services and improving the workflow with Epson solutions.
Epson solutions including the SureColor F-series dye sublimation and direct-to-garment printers for textile applications. The SureColor T-series wireless technical printers, SureColor P-series aqueous printers primarily for photography, proofing and graphic design and the SureColor S-series solvent printers used for signage, vehicle graphics and fine art reproduction, are also being showcased at the centre.
In addition to this, Epson will also be working closely with the dealers in order to launch Epson certified solution Centres in major metropolitan areas later this year. The move will give its potential customers an opportunity to have a closer look at the Epson’s award-winning professional imaging technology and to engage with the product experts along with running the test samples using their own files.
Andreas Goehring, Director, Professional Imaging, Epson America said, “Whether new to Epson technology or expanding their current offerings, this technology centre will provide an outstanding opportunity for customers and dealers to experience the capabilities of Epson professional imaging technology in a single location. Moreover, it will also display factory automated robots and color label solutions.”
Epson is a global technology provider of its inkjet printers and digital printing systems along with 3LCD projectors, watches and industrial robots. The company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearables and robotics market.