Epson C7500 Color Label Printer
The Epson C7500 Colour Label Printer is aimed at customers for whom durable prints are key and who primarily want to print onto matte synthetic and high gloss media. The Epson C7500 is the ultimate in short-run colour label printing. Manufacturers can now reliably and cost-effectively meet their in-house labelling needs with outstanding speed and quality.
The Epson C7500 can also help eliminate the costs associated with pre-printing by producing short-run, customised labels on-demand. Reliable and consistent results The Epson C7500 colour label printer can help manufacturers produce consistent, high-quality labels in-house and on-demand.
The C7500 printer features the new PrecisionCore printhead to ensure reliable, high-quality results. Our unique Nozzle Verification Technology (NVT) and dot substitution help prevent misprints and dead pixels for consistent printouts. Fast speeds Produce a range of high-quality labels, fast including those for food and beverage products, packaging and boxes, as well as EU Energy Labels and GHS Labels.
With print speeds of up to 300mm/sec, you can now print labels in full colour, at the same speed as some incumbent thermal monochrome printers. Cost-effective Printing labels on-demand helps eliminate costs associated with pre-printing, such as label waste and large label inventory. High-capacity, individual ink cartridges mean only the colour used will need to be replaced, offering very low cost per print.
The permanent printhead offers significant cost savings, and a guaranteed peace of mind as none of its major components will need replacing for at least 500km worth of printing. Easy to use with minimal maintenance With its LCD control panel, set-up is easy. The C7500 printer command set, ESC/Label, allows integration with virtually any operating system. The device also comes with a full range of software utilities to support printer deployment. NVT also helps to prevent clogged nozzles.
Unit 3, 23 Venturi Crescent, Hennopspark
Unit 3, 23 Venturi Crescent, Hennopspark, Centurion, South Africa