PACK EXPO - Epson Featuring Wasatch RIP Software in Pack Expo Booth

Software Demonstrated on ColorWorks C7500 and SureColor T3270

LAS VEGAS, Sept. 29, 2015 -- MEDIA ALERT: Epson/Las Vegas (Pack Expo, Booth #S-7254)

Epson will be showcasing Wasatch RIP software for the ColorWorks C7500 inkjet label printer and SureColor T3270 24-inch large-format color printer in its booth at Pack Expo.

Epson has a long history in working with Wasatch to provide the Wasatch RIP and Print Management Software with the SurePress L-4033A/AW high-quality, short-run digital label press. The Wasatch SoftRIP is a sophisticated RIP solution designed to save time and money by including superior color management options, efficient layout features, powerful workflow tools, variable data printing, and contour cutting, all while producing excellent quality color.

During Pack Expo, Epson will be demonstrating how the Wasatch RIP can be used with other Epson printers - the ColorWorks C7500 and SureColor T3270 - for spot color accuracy required for product prime labels.

The conference runs Monday, Sept. 28 through Wednesday, Sept. 30 and the exhibit hall is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nev.; Epson booth # S-7254

The Epson ColorWorks C7500 label printer with Just In Time Color (JITC) labeling is designed to efficiently and cost-effectively meet the needs of industrial manufacturers fulfilling high mix label requirements and variable printing demands. Powered by PrecisionCore print head technology, the durable, bench top printer provides greater efficiency, productivity and cost savings - up to 50 percent in total labeling costs - for higher volume industrial and manufacturing applications.

The Epson SureColor T3270 24-inch color printer features the Epson PrecisionCore TFP print head and Epson UltraChrome XD pigment ink to provide an unprecedented combination of precision, performance and brilliance. Incorporating the latest in printing technology, the T3270 creates accurate large-format prints well-suited for a variety of projects and applications and delivers extreme line accuracy with resolutions up to 2880 x 1440 dpi at incredibly fast speeds.

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About Wasatch Computer Technology
Wasatch Computer Technology, LLC, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a leading developer of RIP & Print Management solutions for label printing, wide format digital printing, screen separations, digital textile printing, dye sublimation, and other specialized processes in the digital printing market. Visit for more information.

About Epson
Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in printing, visual communications, quality of life and manufacturing. Epson's lineup ranges from inkjet printers, printing systems and 3LCD projectors to industrial robots, smart glasses and sensing systems and is based on original compact, energy-saving, and high-precision technologies.

Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises nearly 70,000 employees in 94 companies around the world, and is proud of its contributions to the communities in which it operates and its ongoing efforts to reduce environmental burdens.

Epson America, Inc., based in Long Beach, Calif., is Epson's regional headquarters for the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. To learn more about Epson, please visit:

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