Epson Showcasing On-demand Labeling Technology at Pack Expo 2022

Epson today announced it will be showcasing its industry-leading on-demand labeling technology at PACK EXPO International from Oct. 23-26. In booth #N-5363, Epson will be demonstrating its ColorWorks label printer lineup designed to help businesses – from small businesses to large enterprises – cost-effectively print color labels on demand for virtually any application across a broad range of commercial environments.

The ColorWorks team will also be participating in the  Emerging Brands Summit. An evening dedicated to connecting new brands with industry leading experts, this event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 23.

Andy Scherz, senior product manager at Epson, notes, “Businesses gravitate towards implementing methods and solutions to help them operate more efficiently and differentiate themselves more effectively. On-demand color labeling solutions will be increasingly leveraged as a means to achieve these goals through elevating productivity, customer experience, sales, and compliance.”

The ColorWorks label printer lineup is designed to help businesses – from small businesses to large enterprises – cost-effectively print color labels on demand for virtually any application across a broad range of commercial environments. The following solutions will be showcased at the Epson ColorWorks booth (#N-5363):

  • The newest CW-C4000 compact color label printer with comprehensive connectivity is designed for businesses with low-to mid-volume applications that require high-resolution print quality and durable barcode and product labels up to 4.4 inches in width.
  • The CW-C6000P, the first color inkjet label printer to offer peel-and-present functionality,1produces high-resolution color labels up to 4.4 inches wide at speeds up to 5 inches/second, and is ideal for mid-to high-volume print-and-apply applications.
  • The CW-C6500A color label printer produces high-resolution color labels up to 8.5 inches wide and comes standard with an auto cutter to create variable length labels and enable easy job separation.
  • TheC7500G, a high-performance color label printer for color labels up to 4.4 inches wide at speeds of up to 11.8 inches/second, is ideal for demanding, high-volume printing of durable, glossy labels.

Epson will also be showcasing its integrated partner solutions – the ColorWorks CW-C6000P with the LabelMill applicator, an on-demand, full-color print-and-apply labeling solution, and the ColorWorks CW-C6500Aintegrated with the Eclipse MINI+ finisher and accumulator solution for printing custom, die-cut color labels. The ColorWorks team will also participate in the Emerging Brands Summit(Room S100, Booth #EB-7) on Sunday, Oct. 23, an event bringing together new brands with experts in manufacturing and packaging.

In addition to the Epson ColorWorks booth, Epson will be exhibiting its GX SCARA Robot and automation solutions at booth #N-5265. Here, there will be a demo showcasing label handling with the VT6L robot and ColorWorks CW-C6000Pon-demand label printer, to print and apply product, warning, and shipping labels from a single printer.

For additional information about Epson’s ColorWorks on-demand color label printers, visitwww.epson.com/colorworks.

 

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