New Epson Printer To Feature White Ink
Individuals will soon be able to own the only printer in the world to offer a water-based white ink.
Epson is set to display its Stylus Pro WT7900 inkjet printer at Fespa 2010, which begins in Munich today (June 22nd).
The event runs until June 26th and is the world's most important display for digital, screen and textile printing, with the innovative products from over 650 exhibitors being shown.
The Epson printer is said to be particularly suitable for those looking to print graphic displays, with the white ink being critical to the finished look.
Not only is a wide colour gamut produced by the device's UltraChrome HDR ink set, but it is also accurate in terms of spot colours, which enables unusual effects to be printed onto a host of materials.
Meanwhile, metallic elements can become a more prominent feature of any page designs thanks to the inclusion of Epson's new metallic film, which produces shades in gold, silver, bronze and pearlescent.
Users can expect a maximum resolution of 1440 x 1440dpi when printing with white ink onto metallic and clear materials.
By Johnny McMaster