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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Download Driver Epson SureLab SL-D700

Epson SureLab D700 Driver Download. The Epson SureLab D700 photo printer is a compact and productive inkjet printer that targets small businesses for whom investment in a high-performance minilab is not profitable but whose output exceeds the capabilities of a high- Ink. The announcement of the Japanese manufacturer follows the Fujifilm last October, which then had its Frontier S-DX100 tested Workflow 6. The two machines hunt on the same grounds, highlighting the qualities of printing of the inkjet, and in particular the richness of tonal reproduction thanks to the use of six color cartridges.

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The use of black ink can also produce Dmax significantly higher than the thermal sublimation technology, which equips the majority of mobile printing systems. To see the two machines of Epson and Fujifilm, one can even wonder about their origin. The Frontier-S DX100 and Epson SureLab D700 seem to be true twin sisters with the same design, space, technology and even 200 ml cartridges. Only the name of the dye inks changes: Vividia at Fujifilm and UltraChrome D6-S at Epson.

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Epson SureLab SL-D700 Driver Download

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The SureLab D700 printer, as SureLab D3000 printer launched there nearly two years, may receive three types of matt support, glossy or ice when Fujifilm will propose for the moment that two papers, matte or glossy. The media is loaded in rolls of 65 m long and 102 mm, 127 mm, 152 mm, 203 mm or 210 mm wide. The SureLab D3000 does better in this area by accepting rolls of paper up to 305 mm wide. Featuring an integrated cutting system, the SureLab D700 can print images ranging in width from 8.9 cm to 100 cm, such as the Fujifilm Frontier-S.

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This Epson SureLab SL-D700 machine uses Epson MicroPiezo printing technology and allows you to choose between a "fast" resolution of 720 x 360 dpi, "standard" of 720 x 720 dpi and "high quality" of 1440 x 720 dpi. Finally, on the productivity side, the manufacturer announces 360 prints of 10x15 cm per hour in standard quality and 180 prints of 10x15 per hour in high quality. Connection to a computer is done via USB. The SureLab D700 from Epson will be available in September at a price of 2,995 € net of tax, equivalent to the price of the Fujifilm Frontier-S DX100.


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