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A fluorescent first for Epson

Epson has widened the market for textile and soft signage printing with the launch of two new printers and a new fluorescent ink solution.

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The new SureColour SC-F900

The SureColor SC-F9400H and the SC-F9400 are 64in dye-sublimation printers designed for fast, high-volume printing.

Users of the SC-F9400H also have the added benefit of two genuine fluorescent ink solutions in yellow and pink, offering bright and vivid production of sportwear, workwear and fashion collections.

Commenting on the launch, Neil Greenlagh, product manager of Epson Europe, says: “Once again, our focus has been on the further development of the range, and the introduction of a genuine fluorescent solution that adds new value. This is a first for us and we believe that we’ve made fluorescent inks that are superior in terms of brightness and colour density.

Once again, our focus has been on the further development of the range, and the introduction of a genuine fluorescent solution that adds new value

“But it’s not all about the fluorescent ink options, we’ve also introduced a wider choice of EMX files, an instrumental/maintenance video and a host of other features that make set-up, usage and maintenance as simple as possible. We’re sure that the SC-F9400 range will have a positive effect on the bottom line of many businesses.”

Available in January 2020, the new printers feature a bulk ink solution, Epson Edge Print Software, QR code movie instruction, a printhead guard to control air flow, a dust cache and fabric wiper to prevent nozzle clogging, and more.

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