Who: Epson will be exhibiting at FTA’s 2014 Forum. The FTA (Flexographic Technical Association) 2014 Forum and INFO*FLEX combine an in-depth conference program with a solutions-based show floor that showcases new products and technologies engineered to enhance productivity, support profitability, promote sustainability, and improve quality.
What: Epson will be showcasing its leading digital label press technology, allowing attendees to see the high-quality labels produced from both the SurePress L-4033AW high-quality, short-run digital label press and the new SurePress L-6034VW single-pass industrial press with UV ink.
When: The conference runs Sunday, April 27, through Wednesday, April 30. The exhibit hall is open Monday, April 28 and Tuesday, April 29 from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. A social networking reception is on Monday, April 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Md.; Epson booth #1216
Why: The Epson SurePress L-4033AW is an easy to operate seven-color inkjet digital label press with White ink that makes high-quality, short-run label printing easier and more efficient, even on clear and metallic substrates. Delivering consistent and repeatable color, exceptional print quality and accurate color reproduction on a wide variety of standard label substrates, the L-4033AW enables label converters and commercial printers to expand their service offering and improve profitability.
The Epson SurePress L-6034VW is Epson’s first single-pass industrial press, the first to use Epson’s new PrecisionCore linehead technology, and the first to use Epson’s new LED-cured UV ink with in-line digital varnish technology. The compact digital label press delivers precise quality with maximum reliability, flexibility and performance. The Epson SurePress L-6034V/VW is designed for label converters investing in a digital label press for the first time or looking to expand their production facilities with a reliable, easy-to-use press that will produce high quality, durable labels all day, every day with minimal downtime.