OKI Europe releases its latest cost-effective printer

By Nell Walker
One of the worlds leading printer ma, OKI Europe, has released its latest printer:the ColorPainter E-64s, a precision, easy-to-use professional printer...

One of the world’s leading printer ma, OKI Europe, has released its latest printer: the ColorPainter E-64s, a precision, easy-to-use professional printer which ticks all the boxes for affordability and eco-friendliness.

The 64” printer is ideal for creating high-quality signs and graphics, using technology which has proven effective in the M-64s and H3-104s.

Frank Jänschke, General Manager Marketing, Wide Format Printers, OKI Europe, said: “The ColorPainter E-64s is a remarkable printer offering print businesses affordable entry to very profitable, high-precision, wide-format printing on a large spectrum of media which may have previously been unattainable. As an advanced and extremely versatile printer, packed with functionality, it successfully meets all the requirements in a field where commercial opportunities are expanding but must be seized quickly and effectively in order to maximise revenue.”

The device uses OKI’s own special high-pigment ECO solvent SX ink, allowing the best possible level of colour quality and durability. The ColorPainter E-64s can print on a wide range of formats, such as textiles, wallpaper, canvas, hard PVC, vinyl, and many others, making it ideally versatile for commercial use.

Construction and functionality have also been taken into account, allowing for ease of operation and maintenance. The printer retails at €12,990.


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