Epson SureLab SL-D3000 SR

Designed for high-quality photo print production, this 6-colour, compact digital dry lab utilises Epson`s proven technology.

The SureLab SL-D3000 utilises Epson’s proven Micro Piezo printhead technology, in conjunction with Epson’s original ink and LUT, to deliver accurate reproduction and a maximum resolution of 1440 x 1440dpi. Epson’s UltraChrome D6 6-colour photo ink-set achieves a wide colour gamut that exceeds that of silver halide, yielding prints that are vivid and life-like with excellent black density.

  • High-quality: 1440 x 1440dpi resolution
  • 6-colour inkset: Wide colour gamut
  • Flexible: Works with media 4-12 inches wide
  • Versitility: Matte paper next to glossy + lustre
  • Easy to use: Minimal maintenance required
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Features & Benefits

Overview

As the SL-D3000 offers a print quality and colour consistency that is comparable to that of Epson’s professional graphics printers, output will appear consistent to customers, giving companies the flexibility to work with a wider range of sizes and print run lengths by using the SL-D3000 in conjunction with another Epson printer. Existing users of Epson printers will find that the SL-D3000 has a very similar printer driver user interface.

Enabling users to produce a variety of materials between 4 and 12 inches (10 to 30 cm) wide and 3.5 to 48 inches (9 to 121cm) long, the SL-D3000 can print photos, cards, invitations, flyers and promotional leaflets on dedicated glossy, lustre and matte paper.

The power-efficient SL-D3000 uses significantly less energy than a wet lab, and does not need a water supply, air filter or chemicals, reducing both impact on the environment and the total cost of ownership.

Users don’t need any specialist skills to operate the SL-D3000. The only regular maintenance required is consumables replacement. Setting up print jobs is easy using the optional ‘OrderController’ software, which includes basic photo re-touching.

When space is at a premium, the compact SL-D3000 can be positioned in a corner, as it is operated from two adjacent sides, or it can be moved around on its wheels.