Epson Yesterday and Today

Epson began as the company of creation of hours of Seiko Epson Corporation, Japan. Epson was based in 1961 to make parts of accuracy for hours Seyko, then it called Firm manufacturer of Accuracy of Shinsu.

The Olympic Games 1964, carried out to Tokyo were the first attack of epson in business of the press and display. With the company signed the contract to develop the accuracy timer for Games. The printer which they developed for Olympic Games - EP101, also, where Epson receives the name! It was one of the first printers for electronic calculators which will strike the commercial market. It was the beginning of a trip of Epson in press and display business.

TX-80, the first dot matrix Epson printer went on sale in 1978, then in 1984, arrived Quarter 2000, it is the first jet printer. TM, on a place of sale of 930 Epson began which printer of a PC package in 1990, created the new market in press business. Epson gave to many first printers to the world among which Epson feather the 800-jet printer equipped with micro peizo with technology, begun in March 1993, and then Epson Stylus Color in May 1994 was the first-ever color jet printer on 720 points on inch.

September 1998 saw start TM-H5000 its first hybrid printer which showed quickly silent press and functionality of a copy.

Technological break of epson

Ultrachrome K3 ink

Epson UltraChrome K3 Ink - the covered ink of a pigment of high density pitch. It arrives to two Black-and-white types and Colour. It has a wide color scale for both types. The black palette consists of three shades of the black - Black, light-black and light - light-black. The color palette consists of standard blue color, light blue color, purple, light-red and yellow. Oh, and it has two users replaceable ways of black ink - the photo and opaque glass!

Now you will ask a question that is so special K3 about Ultrakhroma. Simple comparison between traditional production of ink and ultrachrome, process of K3 will answer a question - traditional ink, was made, grinding particles blackened mechanically to the smallest size of a particle which can be reached mechanically; now the main inconvenience here - energy and therefore cost. You would ask a question as energy is included into a picture. The process being mechanical and made under pressure, demands a significant amount of energy and smaller, the particle measures more than demanded energy, and energy is expensive!

The second inconvenience - that the size of a particle isn't homogeneous and can't cope, again because process the mechanical process of a grinding placed simply!

Both from aforementioned inconveniences are overcome in Ultrakhroma K3 production. Process - the chemical process demanding insignificant energy. Pitch is placed in the environment based on water where to particles allow grow in environment which operate. As soon as particles reached the desirable size, they are removed from environment and processed, that

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