TEKLYNX International, the world's leading developer of barcode labeling software solutions, has continued to expand its offering of over 2800 native printer drivers, with color label printer support for Epson, one of the world's largest manufacturers of computer printers, and information and imaging related equipment.
An increase in industry standards and government regulations that specifically require the use of color has created an opportunity for TEKLYNX and Epson to develop a native printer driver for the new Epson ColorWorks TM-C7500 inkjet color label printer, now available for download from the Driver Service Pack (DSP). This model is supported in LABEL MATRIX 2014, LABELVIEW 2014, and CODESOFT 2014.
The Epson TM-C7500 is the first Command Language printer from Epson, using variable data to allow users to quickly create large batches of high-quality color labels that won't smudge, at high speed.
Color can help provide additional levels of visual communication by
enabling the inclusion of bold safety warnings that catch attention and
draw the eye to critical information. By creating native printer drivers for Epson color label printers such as the TM-C7500, companies in the chemical space are able to comply with industry standards and government regulations such as the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), which requires the inclusion of specific pictograms, rendered in color, to help classify hazardous materials.
The partnership between TEKLYNX and Epson offers our shared customers the best overall color labeling solution for GHS compliance.
As your organization prepares to implement on-demand color label printing, be sure to thoroughly review your existing processes to identify areas of improvement. By engaging an experienced reseller and working with best-of-breed software and hardware vendors such as Epson, you can cost-effectively implement on-demand color labeling into your business processes - and start saving money today.
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