Log In | Become a Member | Contact Us


Connect on Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

Onyx Graphics rolls out full support for new Epson SureColor SC-Series printers

Friday, January 22, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Full ONYX portfolio supports new SC-S80600 / SC-S60600 / SC-S40600 models 

SALT LAKE CITY - Onyx Graphics, Inc., today announced full support for the recently launched Epson SureColor® SC-S printers, through its proven wide-format print software. The Epson SureColor SC-Series includes the SC-S80600, SC-S60600 and SC-S40600 models.

According to Epson, this new range of professional 64-inch signage printers combines robust engineering with new design and production features to deliver market-leading quality at the fastest possible speeds, precise repeatability and long-term durability. The new range gives print service providers a choice of printers to suit their specific production needs from 4-10 colors (including white and metallic) and up to 1026 square feet per hour of single-pass productivity.

ONYX software takes full advantage of the SC-S80600 printers’ unique capabilities, including support for 9/10 color printing, using CMYKLcLmLk plus red and orange inks, as well as full support for white and silver ink configurations.

Specifically developed to make wide-format printing faster, predictable and more affordable, ONYX 12 software – which drives the entire SureColor SC-Series printer line – enables print operators to print jobs right the first time. ONYX 12 software utilizes the power of a next-generation, all 64-bit platform to harness full processing capabilities, delivering not just faster speeds but greater responsiveness as well. This version includes a redesigned user interface for easier navigation making it simple to find, view and edit jobs quickly. With new finishing tools, such as bleed and mark placement combined with full 64-bit processing, ONYX 12 software delivers the printing speed and finishing capabilities needed for the ideal Epson SureColor printing environment.

 

Post a Comment

To post a comment Log In or Become a Member, doing so is simple and free

 

SHARE

Email Icon Email

Print Icon Print

Wide Format Editor

Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

WhatTheyThink Job Board

View More Jobs

Become a Member

Join the thousands of printing executives who are already part of the WhatTheyThink Community.

Copyright © 2018 WhatTheyThink. All Rights Reserved