Epson (Los Alamitos, California) has announced that a single SurePress L-6534VW Digital Label Press has produced the following commercial print volumes in an installation – 1.99 million square feet in one month, 5.5 million square feet in one quarter, and 13.8 million square feet over a period of nine months since it was installed. The OEM was able to track this data with its Epson Remote Management System server, a digital monitoring system that tracks usage data. “This milestone emphasizes how the Epson SurePress Digital Label Press can serve the largest of label converters,” said the company.
Third-party research from IT Strategies notes the average monthly print volume for large digital presses is 215,000-430,000 square feet. The SurePress L-6534VW being tracked by the Epson Remote Management System server showed production that’s four times more than this average. The workflow for the SurePress L-6534VW was driven by the Wasatch RIP, which offers a fully customizable solution designed to streamline orders, minimize production errors, help increase productivity, and run print production more effectively. This label-printing milestone marks another benefit of SurePress technology for label converters, underscoring not only its productivity but its reliability to consistently print so many labels month after month.
The Epson SurePress L-6534VW Digital UV Press, designed for label converters investing in a digital label press or looking to expand production facilities, is a reliable and easy-to-use solution that enables high-speed printing ideal for producing labels and packaging with outstanding durability. Iys PrecisionCore linehead, center drum system, and digital varnish deliver high-quality images. The space-saving, compact design integrates all of the functions required for production – such as Corona treatment, white ink, digital varnish, and an additional UV curing unit.
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