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Epson inkjet print head

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-11 20:16:00
Epson inkjet print head : Epson has succeeded in developing a thin-film piezo element that boasts the world's highest degree of distortion. Volume production of next-generation Micro Piezo print heads that feature these elements as actuators will be launched in April 2007. The Micro Piezo print head is an inkjet print head which utilizes Epson's original Micro Piezo technology. This technology uses electrical signals to change the shape of piezo elements and then fires ink droplets according to the physical force generated by the change in shape of these elements. Epson's Stylus Photo and Stylus Pro inkjet printers are photo-quality printers that have consistently played leading roles in the inkjet printer market.


Epson photo awards exhibition at Art Colonge

Mark Peters : 2007-04-04 23:08:00
Epson photo awards : The Epson art photo award 2007/2008, year has become one of the most lucrative contests for young talent in the photographic arts. All classes, teams at academies, colleges and other educational centres worldwide are invited to participate by submitting their best images and concepts. Entries can be submitted from March 1, 2007 to January 31, 2008. Once again Art Colonge will exhibit the winning entries. Art Colonge, the traditional exhibition forum for the winning images and partner of the Epson art photo award, has rearranged its scheduling cycle from fall to spring. Consequently classes and project groups now have two semesters in which to submit their best works, from March 1, 2007 to January 31, 2008.


Interview with Isabel Munoz aquarelle paper artist

Mark Peters : 2007-04-04 23:05:00
Interview with Isabel Munoz aquarelle paper artist : Isabel Munoz is well known for her innovative work with aquarelle paper. She is admired for the strength of her images, which look at life and people, their feelings and happenings. In the live manifestation of the male and female body, she has found veins of expression that are capable of communicating what are the most beautiful and the darkest parts of the being. This is why she is capable of stirring emotions with her photos, whether the subject is a ballet dancer or the victims of an earthquake. Through her digital photography, life speaks. I usually elaborate on my work to create a series dedicated to subjects that stir my emotions.


Historical photos of Russian emperors saved by Epson

Mark Peters : 2007-04-04 23:02:00
Historical photos of Russian emperors saved by Epson : Thanks to its innovative scanning and printing technologies Epson restores historical photos and negatives of Russian Tsar Nikolay II. After the Great Social Revolution in 1917, information and photos about Russian Emperors were prohibited in New Social Russia. As a result, when migrating residents fled the country they brought documents related to the Russian Emperors with them. In 1953 Russian officers living in the USA formed the Rodina Fund. Their goal was to keep the Russian relics safe and they dreamed that one day they would be brought home to Russia. Finally in 2002, the historical documents did return home when the Rodina Fund gave them to the Russian Cultural Fund.


Epson Stylus R1800 photo printer

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-02 22:56:00
Epson Stylus R1800 photo printer : Veteran Miss America Photographer Bruce Boyajian has selected the Epson Stylus Photo R1800 as the official photo printer of the 2007 competition to help contestants preserve their memories of this once-in-a-lifetime experience. From rehearsal through the final competition itself, Boyajian has been photographing contestants' activities throughout pageant week and printing the images on this highly versatile, award-winning archival desktop photo printer from Epson. The Epson Stylus Photo R1800 features light, water and smudge-resistant Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss pigment ink technology to create brilliant prints that will last for generations on both glossy and matte papers.


Processor core for Epson Realoid printer engine chip

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-02 22:50:00
Processor core for Epson Realoid printer engine chip : Tensilica, announced that Seiko Epson had closed a long-term, multi-year license of Tensilica’s Xtensa family of configurable processor cores for Epson’s new Realoid printer engine chip. The first generation Realoid chip is used in Epson’s photo-capable inkjet printers and multi-function printers, including the newly announced Colorio PM series MFPs. The Epson Stylus Photo R380 Ultra High-Definition Realoid-based printer is available in the US. The relationship also includes next-generation Realoid designs. Epson’s engineers added Tensilica Instruction Extensions to customize several different Xtensa LX processors, each for a unique step in the inkjet image processing chain.


Epson Toyocom thinnest quartz crystal unit

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-02 22:44:00
Epson Toyocom thinnest quartz crystal unit : Epson Toyocom Corporation, the leader in quartz devices, announced that it has begun volume production of the FC-13F ultra-thin SMD-type tuning-fork crystal unit. Demand for thinner electronic devices continues to increase in the mobile device market led by portable media players. The FC-13F meets this demand by utilizing QMEMS and high precision mounting technologies to achieve the world's thinnest tuning-fork crystal unit with a maximum thickness of just 0.6 mm. It provides almost the same performance as the previous FC-135 model with only two-thirds the thickness. Except for thickness, the FC-13F has the same external dimensions as the FC-135 currently in production.


Epson Portrait Edition Series

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-01-24 23:10:00
Epson Portrait Edition Series : Epson has partnered with ExpressDigital to introduce a new workflow and printing solution called the Epson Portrait Edition Series, available for both the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 and 4800 printers. The new Series represents a complete hardware and software solution that gives wedding, portrait and event photographers virtually everything they need to create customized print packages that can be sold in-house or online via a customized Web store front. Featuring Epson's award-winning Epson UltraChrome K3 printing technology and full-featured workflow management functionality, the Epson Portrait Edition Series enables photographers to sell, fulfill and print orders right in their studio.






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