Epson TM-C7500G (Gloss) Label Printer Now Shipping from Optimedia Labs

Produce your own glossy food and specialty product labels on demand.

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Concord, Ontario (September 12, 2015) — Optimedia Labs has the new Epson TM-C7500G (gloss version) color label printer in stock – and ready for immediate shipment to customers in the United States and Canada. The gloss version is designed for printing high resolution, glossy labels up to 4.1 inches wide such as coffee and tea labels, hot sauce and barbecue sauce labels, and other specialty food labels.

Epson TM-C7500G Color Label Printer with Rewinder

“Our customers want a fast product label printer that is economical and capable of producing quality labels,” Jim Brown from Optimedia Labs said. “Epson’s ColorWorks C7500G is perfect for mid- to high-volume product label production. It produces beautiful, smudge-free food and beverage labels at the speed of 11.8 inches per second. The Epson TM-C7500G prints on a variety of label media including high gloss paper-based labels, matte or glossy polypropylene labels, clear labels, and tags.”

The Epson TM-C7500G uses four large (CKYM) 340ml Epson TM-C7500G ink cartridges, resulting in the lowest print ink cost in the industry – 50 percent less than laser and thermal transfer printers, and even greater savings when compared to the Primera LX900 and LX2000 where you will see huge ink cost savings per label and blazing fast print speeds.

Brown said that the ColorWorks C7500G gloss version, along with Epson TM-C7500G labels, is in stock with most orders being shipped within 24 hours – with free shipping across the United States and Canada. Optimedia Labs is offering free onsite service (in major cities across USA and Canada) during the first year to all customers who purchase the Epson TM-C7500G directly from OptimediaLabs.com or OptimediaLabs.ca.

The Epson TM-C7500G price is affordable, and is available for a low monthly lease payment of $209 USD (on approved credit) over 60 months (shorter terms available). If you print over 3,000 labels per month on the Primera LX900 or LX2000, the monthly ink savings could pay for an Epson TM-C7500G. Send Optimedia Labs your label design file for an ink cost analysis and find out exactly how much you can save.

About Optimedia Labs
Optimedia Labs helps businesses in Canada and USA print labels on demand with color label printers, accessories, supplies, and blank media. We have everything needed to print your own product labels.

Media Contact:
Jim Brown
Optimedia Labs Incorporated
1-888-646-0573
jim@optimedialabs.com
http://www.optimedialabs.com

UniNet iColor 700 Digital Label Press Outshines Primera CX1200

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The UniNet iColor 700 digital label press is a worthy competitor to Primera CX1200 – outshining it in speed, flexibility, variability, and cost.

UniNet iColor 700 Digital Label Press

Concord, Ontario (September 3, 2015) — The Primera CX1200 digital label press, and its CX1000 sibling, is widely considered the best industrial color label press. A new player has emerged, the UniNet iColor 700, and it outshines the Primera CX1200 in: speed, flexibility, variability, and operating cost.

Both are laser label printers. Powered by LED laser technology, the iColor 700 operates at a lower operating temperature, allowing for a much larger selection of laser label materials. Jim Brown from Optimedia Labs said, “The iColor 700 prints on paper, tag, vinyl, polypropylene and polyester label stock – and more. The Primera CX1200’s media choices are much more limited.”

The UniNet iColor 700 is nearly twice as fast as the Primera CX1200, printing at 30 feet per minute (the CX1200 is 16.25 feet per minute). Faster print jobs save both time and money.

Other advantages include:

• Matrix removal – The iColor 700 prints label media with or without the matrix. Primera’s CX1200/CX1000 requires purchasing additional equipment, like the FX1000 matrix removal system, to remove the matrix.

• Media width – The UniNet iColor 700 prints on media from 3 to 8.5 inches wide while the Primera CX1200/CX1000 only prints on 8.5-inch media. For example, when printing a 4×3 label on the CX1200/CX1000, a single label spans the 8.5-inch media, resulting in waste. The iColor 700 can print two across on 8.5-inch media or one across using a 6-inch media width, reducing media costs.

• Glossy GHS printing – Both label printers can print GHS BS5609 labels, but the iColor 700 can do so on glossy polypropylene labels for a nicer look. The Primera CX1200 and CX1000’s higher temperature would melt glossy polypropylene labels.

• Variable data – The iColor 700 has an option for printing variable data, such as unique serial numbers, barcodes, and product information, on labels in one step. The Primera CX1200/CX1000 does not support variable data.

• White toner option – This allows for printing white graphics and text on clear or black label stock. The Primera CX1200 and CX1000 do not have a white toner option.

• Cost – The UniNet iColor 700 is about $3,000 cheaper than the Primera CX1200. “It’s not just the lower purchase price,” Brown pointed out. “The UniNet iColor 700 will produce label jobs faster and at lower cost due to reduced media wastage. Plus, the toners on the iColor 700 are also cheaper since the drum and toners are two separate units. Primera’s toner and drum are in a single unit, costing more to replace.”

Optimedia Labs offers low monthly payments on the UniNet iColor 700 (on approved credit) through its business leasing program – and fast turnaround and free shipping.

About Optimedia Labs
Optimedia Labs carries the most popular color label printers from Primera Technology, UniNet, Epson, NeuraLabel, VIPColor, iSys, and Afinia Label. We helping customers across the United States and Canada with everything needed to bring digital label printing in-house.

Media Contact:
Jim Brown
Optimedia Labs Incorporated
1-888-646-0573
jim@optimedialabs.com
http://www.optimedialabs.com