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Efficient, Cost‑effective Color Label Printing

Our printers allow you to print durable, easy‑to‑scan color labels in‑house at about the same cost as black‑and‑white printing.

"Now we have a database of all of our labels available to print when needed from any department. This has improved productions efficiency and the labels are excellent quality..."

– Lauren Castellanos, Operations Manager, FX Luminaire

Fast, Reliable & Consistent High‑volume Label Printing

With little waste, quick changeover and only one operator required, Epson SurePress printers can produce professional quality product labels on‑demand for high‑volume runs.

"Epson's label solution has reduced costs and been extremely successful in eliminating delivery errors."

– Scott Morey, IT & Process Improvement Mgr., Tubelite Inc.

ColorWorks: Using the Impact of Color in Labeling to Grow and Improve Business Whitepaper

Learn how on‑demand labels can build a stronger brand and improve quality and safety.

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Versatile, Dependable Printing & Document Management

WorkForce Pro Printers

Put award‑winning technology into your production system. With the ability to print up to 75,000 professional color images before changing ink packs, you can meet your imaging and document needs in‑house*.

WorkForce Pro Scanners

Organize your schematics, presentation materials and other important documentation. Auto paper‑size detection and fast loading keep your focus on the production line instead of the front office.


*Replacement ink pack yields are based on testing with IS0/IEC 24712 patterns with Epson's methodology in default mode, printing continuously. Yields may vary considerably for reasons that include images printed, print settings, temperature and humidity. Yields may be lower when printing infrequently or predominantly with one ink color. All ink colors are used for printing and printer maintenance. For print quality, part of the ink from the included cartridges or ink packs is used for printer start up and a variable amount of ink remains in the ink pack after the "replace ink pack" signal.