Epson’s SureColor SC-F6270 44 dye-sublimation inkjet printer

Digital textile printer for short runs, lightfast, washable and safe

Digital textile printing. The Epson SC F6270 and SC F7270 inkjet printers. Epson India

On the Epson India website, a featured dye-sublimation printer is the SureColor SC-F6270 44. This dye-sublimation transfer printer incorporates advancements in inkjet printing technology, including Epson’s exclusive PrecisionCore TFP printhead and its all-new high-density black ink, delivering what is claimed to be an excellent performance at affordable running costs.

The 44-inch inkjet for dye-sublimation is designed with extreme reliability for sheet-based production and has a large capacity 1.5-liter ink tank for each color. It is suited for short-volume custom clothing, soft signage, merchandise, and hard surface work.

Engineered for continuous production, the SC-F6270 delivers high print quality at high speeds with class-leading speeds of up to 63.4 square meters an hour. On 21 August, Epson unveiled its high volume 76-inch dye-sublimation printer in the US, which runs at almost four times the speed of the SC-F6270.

Lightfast, washable and safe for children’s garments

The one-year warranty includes the printheads. High-volume printing relies not only on the printheads but on Epson’s UltraChrome DS ink and ink tank system. The UltraChrome DS ink has excellent light and wash-fastness as well as resistance to alkaline and acid perspiration.

Epson’s UltraChrome DS ink contributes to a healthy work environment with its 100% nickel and fluorine-free formulation that allows for printed textiles and garments to be certified safe for babies and toddlers three years old under the OEKO-TEX Standard 100 Class 1 criteria.

In 2024, we are looking at full recovery and growth-led investment in Indian printing

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