Yiangou Architects Begins Using Epson Stylus Pro 9700

2012-06-20 12:22:49

Published on 2012-06-20 12:22:49

Yiangou Architects has begun using an Epson Stylus Pro 9700 printer in its studio in a bid to offer A0 drawings.

The Cotswolds company's move will also see the quality of its presentation graphics boosted significantly, with the device providing resolutions of up to 1440 dpi.

As well as this, the printer will benefit from Epson's UltraChrome k3 ink set, allowing for long-lasting print outs.

Yiangou Architects’ IT Manager Daniel Vesma said: "We take pride in the visual quality of our work and have a carefully considered aesthetic for both color and monochrome drawings and images which the printer enables us to reproduce."

Mr Vesma cited the printer's ability with fine line weights as one of its many benefits.

Although Yiangou Architects is reaping the benefits of its services, Epson should be wary of its competition in the market, particularly since HP increased the number of companies that are adopting its Managed Print Services.

Office Depot, Pace University and Global Experience Specialists are three of the organisations that are using the firm to manage their printing.

Posted by Barry Ashmore.

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