Global technology leader Epson recently announced the launch of first ever Direct-to-Garment printer named SureColor® F3070. The printer features dual printhead technology and a bulk ink pack system providing remarkably low ink cost and minimised waste compared to Epson cartridge systems. It also consists of new automatic garment height adjustments and easy user maintenance features to increase production and reduce downtime for garment print shops creating custom apparels.
SureColor F3070 is ideal for digitally printing custom garments on variety of fabric types including cotton, linen and rayon and is designed to meet the increasing clothing driven by the millennial population in the US. Epson direct-to-garment printer is capable of housing 1.5 litres per color and 3 litres of white ink for less frequent refilling, lower operating costs and less waste.
According to Tim Check, Senior Product Manager, Professional Imaging, Epson America Inc, the printed textile market is seeing tremendous growth, complemented by new printing technology innovation. “We are committed to driving the digital textile market and excited to expand Epson’s award-winning product line to deliver our first industrial direct-to-garment printer for high production print shops,” he added