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Epson to highlight micro-production technology

Epson has revealed what it will be showcasing at FESPA Global Print Expo and its theme

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The Epson SureColor F1000 is the first entry-level DTG printer that can print directly onto dark and light fabrics

Epson will be highlighting micro-production through its small-footprint and entry-level machines at FESPA 2024.

Technologies such as Epson’s first small-footprint UV flatbed printer, the SC-V1000, and its new entry-level DTG (direct-to-garment) hybrid printer, the SC-F1000, will be on show.

The former is an A4 flatbed printer ideal for promotional goods and can print onto a range of substrates up to 70mm including acrylics, PVC, aluminium, and foamboard. 

Due to the inclusion of white ink, the latter is the first entry-level DTG printer that can print directly onto dark and light fabrics and completes Epson’s range of DTG and DTF printers. 

Epson will also be showing its recently launched DTG hybrid SureColor F2200 which is designed for start-ups or medium-volume businesses needing high levels of flexibility and rapid turnarounds.

Using Epson’s advanced PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead technology, the SureColour F2200 is said to offer a productivity increase of up to 25% over its predecessor. 

Also on show will be the new SureColour-P5300, Epson’s recently launched 17-inch photo and fine art production printer; Epson’s compact SC-F100 A4 dye-sublimation printer; Epson’s first 24” dye-sublimation printer, the SC-F500; and the recently launched SC-F6400H 44” six-colour dye-sublimation printer.

Chris Davies from Epson Europe’s commercial and industrial printing division, says: “FESPA this year is all about demonstrating how Epson’s micro-production digital printing technology can support businesses producing beautiful, bespoke products that enhance our lives.

“The variety of printing techniques on display demonstrates the many advanced flexible applications of Epson’s digital printer range including the latest dye-sublimation, direct-to-garment, and UV signage printers.”

The manufacturer will be presenting its offerings through a storefront theme featuring colourful examples of personalised and promotional items from custom-designed T-shirts, photos, and bespoke notebooks, phone cases, coasters, and water bottles.

You can find the team on Stand G20, Hall 12.

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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