Wasatch Releases Expanded Hi-Fi Capabilities and Speed Improvements for Epson Printers
Press release from the issuing company
Salt Lake City, January 4, 2007 – Wasatch Computer Technology has announced new Epson x800 drivers for use with exotic and alternative inksets. Today’s release introduces tools for customized inksets and greatly enhanced hi-fi printing. As a result, users can now achieve expanded gamuts, increased print speeds, and specialized niche application output.
The enhanced Epson x800 driver set supports True Dual CMYK Printing, similar to what is available on the x400 Epson series abroad. Using two CMYK print head banks simultaneously produces premium output with production-level speed.
The new hi-fi inkset creator streamlines the use of the 8 print heads for expanded gamut printing. SoftRIP’s inkset wizard walks users through the selection and designation of inks such as orange, green, blue, red etc. The inkset customizer is available for use with all future hi-fi drivers in Wasatch SoftRIP.
The new driver set also provides flexibility for using these devices for multiple output applications without changeover costs and delays. Users may combine various ink configurations to achieve photographic, dye sublimation, and monochrome film output with one device.
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