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Two years and counting for PrinterEvolution

Graphics | May 1, 2013 | By:

Two years ago, PrinterEvolution, the Colorado-based printer manufacturer, introduced its Evo33 repurposed dye-sub printer to a market in need of a less expensive, high-performance alternative to more costly industrial printers.

Since its debut, PrinterEvolution has improved the speed and resolution of the Evo33 printers, as well as introduced orange and violet gamut expansion inks that increase overall color saturation and accuracy. Additionally, the Evo33 has gained recognition for its sustainability and eco-printing capabilities by using recycled frames, environmentally friendly inks and refurbishing old parts from pre-owned printers.

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