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Epson releases new textile printing system

Epson introduced 76-inch Industrial Dye Sublimation textile printing system SureColor F10070 to improve high-speed production. Designed to offer durability, flexibility and efficiency around the clock at overall low ownership costs.

It can address the changing needs of the garment industry today and support expanding sourcing and manufacturing in the US.

It features four 4.7-inch PrecisionCore printheads and a new hot-swappable ink system. The printer delivers continuous roll-to-roll performance at production speeds up to 2,700 sqft/hr. Applicable for large orders, it consistently produces high-quality, bright textiles for fashion, sports apparel, home décor, soft signage, and more.

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SureColor F10070 includes a new air filtration system and supports advanced auto-paper tension control and fabric head wiper system to clean media and remove dust prior to printing. Moreover, the compact media dryer includes a front and underside heater reaching temperatures up to 230 degree and 122 degrees Fahrenheit, respectively, to ensure full-speed print performance in a space-saving design.

The system also includes the Epson Edge workflow software featuring an Adobe PostScript 3 engine for powerful color management and seamless workflow integration. It is one of the first Epson printers compatible with Epson’s new production-management Cloud Solution PORT, providing an operational dashboard view of a production line with cloud-based printer fleet reporting.


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