Reliable & Consistent Results
The ColorWorks C7500 can help manufacturers produce consistent, high-quality labels in-house and on-demand. The Epson ColorWorks C7500 printer features the new PrecisionCore printhead to ensure reliable, high-quality results. Epson’s dot substitution and unique Nozzle Verification Technology (NVT) help prevent dead pixels and misprints. PrecisionCore has up to triple the nozzle density of conventional Epson piezo printheads. These nozzles are roughly 20 microns in diameter and deliver small, round, repeatable dots about 40 microns across. This dot precision is particularly important for creating sharp text and fine lines for applications such as barcodes. PrecisionCore introduces a new system that uses the power of the piezo crystal itself to raise reliability. The piezo element is able to generate a voltage that can detect (in milliseconds) whether it is firing normally. It has the ability to self-diagnose itself almost instantly.
Printing labels on-demand helps eliminate costs associated with outsourcing labels, such as label waste and large label inventory. High-capacity, individual ink cartridges mean only the color used will need to be replaced, offering very low cost per print. The permanent PrecisionCore® printhead offers significant cost savings, and a guaranteed peace of mind as none of its major components will need replacing for at least 300+ miles worth of printing1.
Fast Print Speeds
Inch for inch, the high-resolution Epson print chips are one of the fastest inkjet printing technologies in the world. PrecisionCore piezo elements each fire nearly 50,000 times per second, producing a wide range of high-quality labels with print speeds of up to 59 feet per minute (18 meters per minute).
Minimal Maintenance & Easy to Use
With its LCD control panel, set-up is easy. Our newest printer command set, ESC/Label, allows integration with virtually any operating system. The device also comes with a full range of software utilities to support printer deployment. Nozzle Verification Technology (NVT) also helps to prevent clogged nozzles.
TM-C7500 or TM-C7500G. Which is best for your labels?
ColorWorks C7500 or C7500G? The answer depends on your applications. If you are not sure and want maximum flexibility, then always choose the C7500G as it will print on all media types (matte, glossy and more). The only advantage to the C7500 is that it yields a darker, truer black on matte media (the C7500 cannot print on glossy media). If you know that you will not need to print on glossy media and the appearance of black ink on matte media is important to you, then you should choose the C7500. Both the C7500 and C7500G are BS5609-certified.
What’s in the Box
- Epson ColorWorks TM-C7500 Label Printer
- Power Cord
- One Set of Epson ColorWorks C7500 CMYK Ink Cartridges
- One Epson SJIC26P(B) Black Ink Cartridge
- One Epson SJIC26P(C) Cyan Ink Cartridge
- One Epson SJIC26P(M) Magenta Ink Cartridge
- One Epson SJIC26P(Y) Yellow Ink Cartridge
- Sample Label Roll
- Instruction Sheet
- Utilities/Manuals CD