Epson has announced it is shipping the new Epson SureColor F2100 direct-to-garment printer. Equipped with an Epson PrecisionCore TFP printhead and leveraging Epson UltraChrome DG garment ink technology, the SureColor F2100 delivers high-quality prints at production speeds, achieving up to twice the speed as the previous generation DTG printer, according to Epson. Four color ink technology reportedly delivers durable, vibrant output and newly developed print modes offer improved image quality, speed and efficiency. The SureColor F2100 has the ability to print directly onto garments ranging from 100% cotton to 50/50 fabric blends – t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, tote bags, and more – and is now available for purchase through Epson Authorized Direct-to-Garment Resellers.
“Epson has a long history of listening to customer feedback – we were inspired by the responses from our SureColor F2000 customers, and incorporated that feedback directly into the development of the SureColor F2100,” said Andreas Goehring, director, Professional Imaging, Epson America, Inc. “As a leader in the direct-to-garment printing market, we’re excited to see our customers’ reactions to our latest product offering, and the creations they will make that will amaze their clients.”
Successor to the SureColor F2000, the new SureColor F2100 offers four color ink technology plus White ink. New Highlight White mode achieves bright White ink output by applying a second coat of White ink, while simultaneously printing color ink. The SureColor F2100 leverages an integrated inline self-cleaning system designed to reduce maintenance time, and touts a new garment grip pad, allowing users to quickly load and unload garments on the printer platen to help reduce traditional hoop platen load times. In addition, it includes Epson Garment Creator Software, available for macOS and Windows, with tools for layout and text, color management, ink control, and cost estimation.
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