Epson expands DTG printer range

Epson has unveiled what it claims is the market’s first entry-level direct-to-garment (DTG) printer that may print straight onto darkish, in addition to mild, materials.

The producer stated the SC-F1000 can be of explicit curiosity to hobbyists, retailers, and small companies “that require a cheap answer with the pliability to print on a variety of cloth sorts, both mild or darkish”.

Utilizing Epson’s distinctive PrecisionCore Micro TFP printhead expertise, coupled with NVT (Nozzle Verification Expertise), which ensures “distinctive” picture high quality and stability, the SC-F1000 is claimed to be the one printer in its class to incorporate white ink, enabling it to print straight onto darkish clothes and direct-to-film.

Picture high quality is additional enhanced with using Epson’s UltraChrome DG2 inks, which scale back bleed from yellow and black, whereas a vivid color profile emphasises richness in graphic designs.

“With each DTG and DTFilm capability, the SC-F1000 has the pliability to print on a variety of cloth sorts enabling prospects to print on merchandise together with t-shirts, hoodies, luggage, sweatshirts, and cushions, making the printer superb for offering in-store printing in real-time,” Epson acknowledged.

The machine is compact so might be put in in smaller workspaces, whereas the absence of a fan means it may be simply positioned towards a wall.

Options embody a big opening lid, which is claimed to simplify the method of setting the garment or movie onto the platen, and platen sensors which detect uneven settings to keep away from printing errors.

The gadget, which is operated by way of a contact display, additionally options auto hole adjustment, which units the platen to the optimum top for printing with out handbook intervention.

Providing USB or Wi-Fi connectivity choices, the SC-F1000 additionally features a vary of options which Epson stated minimise consumer upkeep and improve whole productiveness, akin to auto-cleaning and UltraChrome DG2 ink pouches, that are fast and easy to exchange.

Epson’s bundled GarmentCreator2 software program contains presets for quick and straightforward printing by DTG and DTF, the corporate added.

“Demand for the entry-level DTFilm has grown considerably within the final three years. This thrilling growth from Epson provides hobbyists and small companies a particularly reasonably priced possibility that delivers excellent high quality, and a spread of superior productivity-boosting options,” stated Tom Owers, enterprise supervisor for Business and Industrial at Epson UK.

“We stay up for showcasing the SC-F1000 at Printwear and Promotion Reside! [at Birmingham’s NEC from 25 to 27 February] along with our accomplice Xpres at their stand.”

Epson stated business availability of the SC-F1000 is anticipated round March/April. Pricing has not but been set.

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