Epson and Onyx Graphics, Inc. strengthen alliance in print for pay market
Epson has announced its cooperation with Onyx Graphics, Inc., as it launches its new 11880 Epson Stylus Pro aqueous printer for the print-for-pay market. The new 11880 Epson Stylus Pro and 4880, 7880, and 9880 Epson Stylus Pro models are supported by Onyx workflow technology delivering quality out-of-the-box software solutions for the indoor and outdoor signage market within the large-format inkjet printing industry.
"This alliance between Epson and Onyx has allowed us to combine our newly developed Epson Stylus Pro printers with Onyx workflow software products in order to address the diversifying needs of print-for-pay users in the best possible way," comments Hiroshi Sotokawa, General Manager of Epson's Inkjet Business Product Planning Department. "I'm confident that this new combination of technologies will set a new standard for signage."
Epson Stylus Pro printers are known for their ability to provide outstanding print quality that satisfies real professional's needs. Demanding users in the print-for-pay community, as well as those in industries such as photography, fine art, and proofing, have come to expect the exceptional quality that Stylus Pro printers provide.
"We are pleased to be working with Seiko Epson, a global technology leader in inkjet printing," said Dean Derhak, Product Director for Onyx Graphics. "This agreement represents a commitment to the customer from both companies, to deliver the professional tools needed to create the high quality prints required in many print-for-pay applications."
Users can create indoor or outdoor graphics with accurate and consistent colors using Onyx ProductionHouseT, Onyx PosterShop®, and Onyx RIPCenterT V7 software packages. Onyx Graphics workflow solutions include key features such as Pantone Spot Color Matching, Contour Cutting Workflow and Automatic Job Nesting, which enhance the performance capabilities of these printers. The software dramatically extends color gamut as well as accuracy and consistency by taking full advantage of Epson's newly developed UltraChrome K3 ink with Vivid Magenta technology.