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Epson launches its own garment printer


As many know Epson printheads are used by many other OEMs in the industry, this technology expert has finally come out with a direct-to-garment (DTG) printer. This newly introduced SureColor SCF2000 comes with many new features that when combined with speed, low maintenance and running costs, it all makes for an attractive business proposition. The ink in this newly launched DTG printer is claimed to be crack resistant and available in two sets of CMYK ink for white garments or CMYK with up to four white inks for coloured garments. If used in conjunction with Epson’s UltraChrome DG Ink (available in 250 or 600ml cartridges), SureColor SC-F2000 excels on dark fabric, because its white ink is tough. The printer offers a resolution of up to 1440×1440 dpi for accurate dot shape and placement, while its wide colour gamut produces vibrant colours, sharp contours and smooth gradations.

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