Nov.17, 2011

It is Epson's 100 years anniversary. Epson is now a well-known brand for energy-saving and high-precision home printer.

Chief executive Minoru Usui gave the BBC a interview to discuss the future of Epson. He mentions the biggest technology problem they have right now, the mistakes they have made and what he thinks about the future in printing industry. He says that since Epson's core technologies are in areas like printing, projection and sensing, they are going to focus on it. Epson is currently development 3D printer and in a few year it will be possible to print on demand in 3D.

Read more at BBC news for the detailed interview.

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