NO MORE BLURRY EDGES – Epson ColorWorks C3500
Have you ever experienced blurry looking print on the edges of your labels when printing with the Epson C3500 ColorWorks label printer? Have you ever dealt with printing with less-than-perfect labels? Well, we here at Infinity Label Group don’t put up with that $#!?. We have been doing this for a while, and we’ve seen nearly every issue these printers have to offer (which, to be fair, isn’t a long list) so we can usually narrow down the problem pretty quickly. In order to make it easier for our clients to address these issues regardless of time or place, we have begun to assemble a comprehensive video library of our knowledge on the Epson C3500.
In the most recent installment of our collection, Pete and Ian address the concern of blurry areas on the edges of labels printed by the C3500. The fix is pretty simple, so you can jump right into the video below and follow along with your own printer.
Hopefully, this video not only helped you get rid of those annoying blurry edges but also helped you build a better understanding of your printer. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and keep an eye out for news and updates about current and future printers!
About Integrated Productivity Systems LLC (IPSi): IPSi specializes in optimizing mission-critical business processes around enterprise label printing and barcoding data collection in manufacturing and distribution companies. Our areas of expertise include fixing inefficient workflows in product and shipping label generation, mobile barcode data collection, inventory and warehouse management, automated label application, and automated bagging and labeling of finished goods. By helping companies streamline and re-engineer mission-critical workflows, our customers are able to reduce costs, eliminate errors, and sustain flexible and scalable operations. We are passionate about helping our customers leverage technology to develop simple, cost-effective systems that ensure their operations run efficiently all day, every day. IPSi's Website