About Our Printers
What printers do we use?
The Epson SureColor S80600 is a high-end large format printer designed for professional photographers, graphic artists, and printing companies. It’s part of Epson’s SureColor series, which is known for its exceptional print quality and versatility.
The S80600 is a dye-sublimation printer that uses heat to transfer dye onto media, producing images with vibrant colors, deep blacks, and smooth gradations. It supports a wide range of media types, including glossy, luster, and matte papers, as well as fabric, vinyl, and film.
One of the key features of the S80600 is its large color gamut, which allows it to produce accurate and vibrant colors that are true to life. It also features advanced color management tools, including a high-quality color calibration system, to ensure consistent and accurate color from print to print.
The S80600 is equipped with a large-capacity ink system, which allows for extended print runs without the need for frequent ink changes. It also supports high-yield ink cartridges, which can help reduce the overall cost of ownership.
In terms of speed, the S80600 is a fast printer, with the ability to produce large-format prints at a high rate of speed. It’s ideal for printing high-volume projects, such as trade show graphics and promotional posters.
What is CMYK Process Printing?
CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black) process printing is a color printing method used in printing presses to produce full-color images and graphics. It’s one of the most common printing methods used in the printing industry, especially for printing marketing materials such as brochures, flyers, and posters.
In CMYK printing, the colors are created by combining four inks, each with a different hue: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (the “K” in CMYK). These inks are applied to the paper in a carefully controlled manner, allowing the printer to produce a wide range of colors. By varying the amount of each ink used, the printer can create an almost infinite number of hues, shades, and tones.
One of the main advantages of CMYK printing is that it’s capable of producing accurate and consistent colors, making it ideal for printing branding materials and other marketing materials that need to match a specific color palette. However, it’s important to note that the final output may not match the colors on a computer monitor or digital file, as CMYK printing has a limited color gamut.