Having on-site, on-demand label printing for short runs / taproom to-go product has never been easier (assuming you can secure packaging of course). This week, Epson added the ColorWorks C4000 to its on-demand color label printer portfolio, which offers expanded connectivity and compatibility, improved image quality, remote management tools, and increased ink capacity.
“This new model is a dynamic solution for a range of labeling applications, from product or packaging labels to barcode and shipping labels,” said Bonny Rindahl, product manager, Commercial Label Printers, Epson America, Inc. “It is designed to integrate seamlessly into a variety of workflows and produce high-quality, durable labels at a competitive price point to existing thermal transfer printers.”
The ColorWorks C4000 is compatible with all of the major middleware programs, from ZPL II to SAP to Windows to Mac and Linux.
The ColorWorks C4000 delivers crisp, photo-quality images and barcodes with up to 1200 dpi resolution in variable droplet sizes, and its durable labels meet BS-5609 certification. ColorWorks uses PrecisionCore technology to deliver a fast time to first label and speeds up to 4-inches per second.
The C4000 can fit a variety of places because it is compact but also also dust- and water-resistant.
It also has optional Wi-Fi connectivity. The optional Wi-Fi connectivity is cool for printing from compatible devices and remote printer management via Epson Device Admin for managing large fleets over the network.
Availability: The new ColorWorks C4000 on-demand color label printer will be available in gloss and matte versions in Spring 2022 through Epson’s vast network of authorized partners.