The Epson ColorWorks C6000A Inkjet Label Printer, the first label printer particularly designed as a color update to black-and-white thermal transfer printers, produces on-demand, color labels up to 4′′ wide at a comparable price. Epson designed this dependable color label printer for mission-critical applications, and it can print labels at up to 5.8′′ per second. The Epson CW-C6000A, with a resolution of up to 1200 x 1200 dpi, provides vivid color images at a cost and inventory reduction comparable to pre-printed labels. This adaptable printer also integrates seamlessly with your organization’s existing workflow and is designed to provide remote printer management, with compatibility with ZPL II, SAP®, and other systems. It includes a 4′′ wide built-in auto cutter for creating variable-length labels and easy job separation. The Epson ColorWorks C6000A Label Printer Series employs very durable pigment-based inks, with gloss and matte versions available to best fit your labeling needs. This printer’s Gloss Ink Edition uses Gloss Black Ink, which is capable of printing on a larger range of surfaces with varying finishes such as glossy, matte, plain, and more. This printer’s Matte Ink Edition employs Matte Black Ink, which produces deeper, sharper black text and images when printed on matte, textured, or plain material exclusively. The gloss and matte versions use the same color ink cartridges, and have been BS5609 certified.
Download Epson ColorWorks CW-C6000A Manual PDF (User Manual And Installation)
The following manuals contain all the instruction and tutorials on using your printer, from the beginning to the advanced.
*Match the Epson ColorWorks CW-C6000A manual based on the operating system you are using, because each installation on a different OS also has a different manual.
User Guide is usually used for learning the operations, maintenance, troubleshooting tips, and some useful tutorial on how to use the features of your Epson ColorWorks CW-C6000A printer. While Setup Guide is made for the installation of the printer before using it.