Epson debuts new production-class SureColor T-Series wide-format dual-roll technical printer at Sydney Build 2022

Epson will be debuting their new production-class, SureColor T7760D dual-roll technical printer for the first time, alongside their latest large-format and document printers, on stand G34 at Sydney Build 2022 - Australia's leading construction, architecture and infrastructure expo. 

New SureColor T7760D dual-roll printer

The SureColor T7760D combines an extremely compact footprint with flexible media handling and a high print speed. It is designed for companies who want to produce large-format colour drawings and posters in moderate to high volume. The SureColor T7760D is particularly suited to construction, retail and print-4-pay applications. It uses 6 inks that come in large cost-effective cartridges with an additional red to enhance the colour gamut. Integrated high-speed hardware-based Postscript® enables fast and accurate image reproduction via drag-n-drop from the desktop or direct from a USB device. The SureColor T7760D features dual-roll support with the second roll also able to be used as an auto take up. There is also an integrated pull-out media bin and an optional flat sheet stacker.

The T7760D is targeted to be released in Australia in July, so visitors to Sydney Build will be the first to see this new generation production-class SureColor T-Series printer in the flesh.

Also on display will be the SureColor T5460M and the T3160M. Developed from the ground up, the SureColor T-Series models include Epson’s latest PrecisionCore printhead which provides outstanding image quality while enabling higher-speed performance than previous generation models. The SureColor T3160M compact industrial design provides a small footprint for space-constrained production environments. 

SureColor T5460M

Attendees to the Epson stand at Sydney Build will also be able to see the Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C879R workgroup printer in action on the stand. The WF-C879R enables offices to benefit from increased productivity of a local distributed fleet that required minimal intervention, while providing predictable print costs. 

WorkForce Pro WF-C879R

The WF-C879R uses up to 94 percent1 less power than comparable colour laser printers thanks to Epson’s Heat-Free Technology. It not only lowers electricity costs but also requires fewer supplies to reduce the environmental impact.The simple printing process and high page yield ink reduces downtime, making businesses more efficient and productive. 

1Epson saves up to 94% energy used while printing comparing the Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C878RTC model with 64 competitive laser devices in the Australian 21 to 44ppm A3 colour MFD segment as at 1 July 2021.