Epson’s new SureColor F2100 to replace SC-F2000

Japanese printing giant Epson has announced the launch of the new SureColor F2100 direct-to-garment printer which will replace its flagship SC-F2000 model. According to company sources, the new printer has improved speed and reliability, lower targeted TCO (total cost of ownership) and the ability to create print designs using Epson’s Garment Creator software.

07 Feb 2018 | By Sriraam Selvam

“The SureColor F2000 is our highest selling direct-to-garment printer in the market. It has helped customers increase efficiency on short-run orders and expand product service offerings. With the new SureColor F2100, we listened to our customers and addressed the common direct-to-garment printing pain points,” said Tim Check, senior product manager, professional imaging, Epson America.

Check added, “The SC-F2100 delivers on reduced maintenance while providing increased speed and efficiency with newly developed print modes to help customers increase business needs.”

Apart the improved performance, the F2100 also offers four-colour ink technology, plus white ink and other improvements, including a quick-load platen and the Epson Garment Creator software and an all-new integrated self-cleaning system which is expected to reduce downtime.

The machine can print on fabric up to 25mm using a PrecisionCore TFP printhead and UltraChrome DG inks in 600ml cartridges.

Epson currently has a global turnover of USD 10 billion and employs about 70,000 people worldwide.

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