Epson launches 76-inch dye-sub textile printer in America

An industrial digital textile printer for volume production

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Epson SureColor F10070 inkjet printer for high volume industrial and textile printing Photo Epson

On 21 August 2020, Epson America, announced a new 76-inch wide SureColor F10070 industrial dye-sub textile printer. This new 76-inch industrial-level dye-sublimation solution offers reliability, versatility and round-the-clock productivity at what is claimed by the company to be ‘a low total cost of ownership.’ Engineered to meet the textile industry’s evolving needs, it features four 4.7-inch PrecisionCore printheads and a new hot-swappable ink system.

The F10070 delivers continuous roll-to-roll performance at production speeds up to 2,700 square feet an hour or approximately 250.8 square meters an hour. This is about four times the speed of the 44-inch wide SC-F6270 printer that Epson sells in India and runs at 63.4 meters an hour.

A solution for textile print shops looking to fulfill large orders, the F10070 produces high-quality, bright textiles for fashion, sports apparel, home décor, and soft signage. The SureColor F10070 comes equipped with an array of industrial-level features for productivity and continuous production. The new user-replaceable 4.7-inch PrecisionCore printheads deliver high-productivity with extreme drop placement accuracy for sharp detail, bright colors, and outstanding print quality.

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