Epson Enters T-shirt Printing Market

2013-10-09 08:34:39

Published on 2013-10-09 08:34:39
Epson has now entered the garment printing market with its SureColour F2000 Series Printers.

The machines deliver industrial-level production, image quality and reliability, enabling customers to print onto T-shirts, hoodies, tote bags and more. Materials include 100 per cent cotton to 50/50 fabric blends.

The SureColour F2000 Series utilise UltraChrome DG ink technology, which is designed specifically for the Epson MicroPiezo TFP print head.

Vernon Mellors, LFP business account manager for Epson South Africa, said: "For over three years, Epson dedicated a team of mechanical, chemical, and software engineers to create an all-new imaging technology dedicated for printing directly to garments."

Mr Mellors explained the new series will become a "new benchmark" in high-performance garment imaging.

Garment creator software will be included with the packages, along with a cost calculator. This ensures people can estimate the print cost by calculating the amount and cost of ink used for each print job.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.
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