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Epson Introduces Color On Demand Inkjet Printer

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

LONG BEACH, Calif.  -- Today Epson, a leading global supplier of inkjet printing technology, introduced the SecurColor(TM) inkjet printer, a flexible solution for high-quality color on-demand printing and labeling. Designed specifically for high-volume hospital environments, SecurColor is the ideal solution for hospitals looking to implement accurate and cost-effective color on-demand printing at the point of service, in the lab or pharmacy, or in any department where color labeling can improve patient care and eliminate the risk of error.

While traditional color labeling solutions require pre-printed stock or blank sheets meaning users must manually select and load various media, Epson's SecurColor offers maximum flexibility for color enhanced printing on a wide range of custom media. SecurColor prints a wide variety of color-enhanced labels, wristbands and other media on demand, in sizes ranging from 1.2" to 4.4" wide and offers flexible options for hospital staff to print only one or many labels at a time. SecurColor not only prevents time-wasting media changes, it also eliminates the need to print and store costly-preprinted labels, simplifying media inventory management and helping to reduce total cost of ownership.

"Epson has a strong reputation for manufacturing highly reliable, durable inkjet printers, and we are enthusiastic about bringing that expertise to healthcare," said Bud Weist, Vice President of sales and marketing, Epson System Device Group. "SecurColor is a solid choice for hospitals looking to print high quality on-demand color without the waste and complexity of using multiple printers and various media."




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