Epson India to promote two products at Screen Print India 2018

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Epson India to promote two products at Screen Print India 2018
Epson SureColor SC-T5270

Epson India will be promoting two models from its portfolio during the upcoming Screen Print India 2018 that will take place in Mumbai from 20 to 22 April at the Bombay Exhibition Center. The SureColor SC-T5270 is meant for customers in the screen printing segment while the SureColor F2130 will be for direct-to-garment printing.

The SureColor SC-T5270 can produce 36-inch wide prints at a max resolution of 2880 x 1440 dpi. The printer can be used for printing a wide range of applications, such as technical drawings, graphic posters and retail signage, among others. The T5270 can print a D-sized 22 x 34-inch plot in just 25 seconds thanks to a speed of 740 square feet per hour. The SureColor T-series utilizes a UltraChrome XD pigmented ink.

The Epson T-Series is available in five variants: SureColor T3270, T5270, T7270, T5270D, and T7270D. The five variants represent three widths—24-inch (T3270), 36-inch (T5270) and 44-inch (T7270).

The second solution that Epson will promote at Screen Print India will be a new launch—the SureColor F2130. The SureColor SC-F2130 offers a complete direct-to-garment package for designing and printing T-shirts, polo shirts, tote bags and other fabric items. Epson’s free Garment Creator software allows customers to add text and multiple images, create user presets for image adjustment, and provides a hot folder and CMYK image support. The printer has a resolution of 1,440 x 1,440 dpi.

Epson’s UltraChrome DG Inks are supplied in 600 ml cartridges, and offer vivid colors and tough, crack-resistant white ink for printing on dark fabrics. White ink is circulated within the printer to reduce clogging.

Epson India will be at Stand B-42 in Hall number 2.

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