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  • 29 Jun 2022

Epson commences sales of ColorWorks C4000

Epson America has commenced selling its newest on-demand color inkjet label printer, the ColorWorks C4000

Epson America has commenced selling its newest on-demand color inkjet label printer, the ColorWorks C4000. It features comprehensive connectivity in a compact design for high-resolution print, durable barcodes, and product labels.

The new ColorWorks C4000 is compatible with ZPL II, SAP, major middleware, and more for seamless integration into existing workflows. The color printer can print crisp, photo-quality color labels on-demand at up to 1200 DPI resolution. It works with remote management tools to provide a streamlined way to manage and monitor a fleet of printers.

Additional features include optional Wi-Fi connectivity; compact, robust design; dust and water resistance for high-duty-cycle environments; high image quality engineered with Epson’s PrecisionCore printhead technology; enhanced productivity and reliability. 

‘Regardless of the industry, businesses need to keep up with swift changes and are looking for reliable, easy-to-use solutions that can maximize mobility and efficiency,’ said Andy Scherz, senior product manager of commercial labels at Epson America. ‘No matter the label application – product, packaging, barcode, or shipping – the ColorWorks C4000 can deliver high-quality, durable color labels on-demand, with added features of connectivity and management tools, at a comparable price point to thermal label printers.’

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