Printers can get into growing garment sector with new Epson SureColor

The SureColor-F6000 is a "low-cost" system that is designed for soft signage, sportswear, apparel, accessories and customised promotional items, according to Epson.

Business unit manager Craig Heckenberg said the F series could help printers capitalise on a growth sector.

"With the conversion to digital technology there are increased opportunities for the production of highly profitable short-run and on-demand material," he said.

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"Every business working in this segment needs to visit the Epson stand to assess the reliability, ease-of-use, speed and cost savings that the SureColor F series can deliver."

Epson said the F series is the first dye-sub printer in which every component is designed and manufactured by a single company. That includes the new Epson UltraChrome DS ink and Epson MicroPiezo TFP printhead to printer chassis and bulk ink delivery system.

"The result is a high-performance dye-sublimation transfer printing technology designed for exceptional reliability and industrial-level production with high-quality output up to 1,440×720 dpi on all leading transfer papers."

PacPrint will run from 21-25 May at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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