Epson to Reveal Hybrid Printing Options for Direct-to-Garment and Direct-to-Movie
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. – Epson in the present day introduced it is going to be demonstrating its award-winning textile printing options at Impression Expo in Lengthy Seashore from Jan. 20-23, 2023. At its sales space (#2049), Epson will show hybrid direct-to-garment (DTG) and direct-to-film (DTFilm) printing from start-to-finish, exhibiting attendees how a print store can profit from this versatile answer. Epson may even exhibit its newest high-production DTG and dye-sublimation options, together with instruments for an environment friendly workflow.
“Digital garment ornament leveraging direct-to-garment and direct-to-film strategies have given print retailers flexibility to rapidly adapt to altering market circumstances,” stated Tim Examine, senior product supervisor, Epson America, Inc. “Epson’s hybrid DTG printers supply print retailers the flexibility of direct-to-garment and direct-to-film printing in a single answer and we’re wanting ahead to educating present and future clients on each strategies, in addition to discussing the advantages to attendees.”
Epson can be exhibiting the next merchandise in its sales space at Impressions, in addition to providing particular at-show on the spot rebate pricing reductions:
– Direct-to-Garment: The SureColor® F2100 delivers hybrid capabilities for DTG and DTFilm printing with excellent high quality, reliability and flexibility. The SureColor F3070 manufacturing DTG printer is designed for top quantity garment decorators providing excessive productiveness and high quality with low working prices.
– Dye-Sublimation: The 4-color SureColor F6470 and 6-color SureColor F6470H are Epson’s latest 44-inch dye-sublimation techniques, bringing higher efficiency, ease of use and a number of shade configurations for a wider vary of print purposes. The 64-inch SureColor F9470 is without doubt one of the highest performing printers in its class, able to producing a powerful quantity of sellable product per hour. Epson’s turnkey desktop dye-sublimation options – the SureColor F170 and SureColor F570 – supply ease of use with a purpose-built system for delivering constantly prime quality outcomes for smaller switch designs.
– Workflow: The Epson SD-10 spectrophotometer is a transportable shade measurement system for assured communication of shade between designers and producers. Epson may even showcase its Epson Edge Print Professional workflow software program for dye-sublimation printing and Epson Garment Creator workflow software program for DTG and DTFilm printing.
The Impressions Expo exhibit corridor on the Lengthy Seashore Conference Heart can be open Friday, Jan. 20 and Saturday, Jan. 21 from 10 a.m. to five p.m. and on Sunday, Jan. 22 from 10 a.m. to three p.m. For added details about Epson’s textile printing options, go to www.epson.com/proimaging.