Epson introduces SureColor T5470M printer with integrated scanner

The Epson SureColor T5470M.

Epson’s new SureColor T5470M is a 36-inch printer with an integrated scanner that offers a fast multi-function solution for printing, sharing and saving technical documents. The new model joins the Epson SureColor T-Series of wide-format printers. The sleek print/copy/scan combination produces accurate A1/D-size prints in as fast as 22 seconds, making it an ideal choice for managing blueprints, charts, posters and more. Leveraging Epson’s PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead technology with Precision Droplet Control for crystal-clear images, precise lines and crisp text, the SureColor T5470M” produces outstanding image quality with industry-leading reliability.” The integrated scanner supports multi-page scanning and scan-to-USB-drive functions. Next-generation UltraChrome XD2 archival pigment ink delivers vibrant, durable prints. The SureColor T5470M offers a sleek, space-saving design that comes equipped with a variety of usability features, including an intuitive 4.3-inch LCD touchscreen and high-capacity replacement ink cartridges. In addition, the T5470M offers versatile print options, such as easy printing from tablets and smartphones for enhanced flexibility and productivity.

Matt Kochanowski.

“Epson is committed to listening to customer feedback and incorporating suggestions into future products to continue developing powerful and easy-to-use solutions,” said Matt Kochanowski, Product Manager of Professional Imaging, at Epson America. “With an integrated scanner, the SureColor T5470M is designed to maximize collaboration and productivity and streamline workflow for innovative industry segments – engineering, designing, architecture, construction jobs sites, and more – all in a small, space-saving design.” The SureColor T5470M will be available through Epson authorized professional imaging re-sellers beginning this September. It offers a standard one-year Epson PreferredSM Limited Warranty, and is designed to work exclusively with Epson UltraChrome XD2 ink.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.