By Wayne Robinson | 19 January 2024

Epson has launched the brand new SureColor F1060, a compact hybrid desktop printer, purpose-built for customized and low-to-medium quantity direct-to-garment (DTG) and direct-to-film (DTFilm) imaging.

Printing DTG and DTF: New Epson SureColor F-1060
Printing DTG and DTF: New Epson SureColor F-1060

Increasing its providing to the attire market, Epson says the SC-F1060 is a logical addition to its SureColor F-Collection printer line-up, and is designed to open new doorways for print companies, in addition to occasion operators, clothes retailers, and artisans. Customers will be capable to transport the printer to occasions and print there after which.

The SC-F1060 is a hybrid printer that addresses the rise of companies trying to present customised items and t-shirts. The unit options an enclosed design with inside lighting and a transparent viewing window to boost the printing course of.

Built-in DTG and DTFilm assist permits operators to transcend conventional natural-fibre t-shirt printing. Imaging onto movie permits switch onto all kinds of supplies, together with man-made material and uniquely formed gadgets, increasing the power to create customised product choices.

That includes a PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead with Nozzle Verification Know-how and subsequent era UltraChrome DG2 ink with CMYK+White, the SureColor F1060 delivers what Epson says is “vibrant color with unimaginable element and constant output”.

The inclusion of white ink prints permits output on darkish clothes together with enhanced presentation on gentle clothes. The mixture of the Epson ink, Epson head and Epson imaging know-how permits excellent readability with close to photographic print high quality. The cartridge-free ink-pack system simplifies operation whereas enhancing productiveness, decreasing waste and mess.

The SC-F1060 options a big contact display screen interface, absolutely automated garment top adjustment and a self-cleaning print head for straightforward manufacturing with minimal upkeep. It ships full with software program and helps material as much as one-inch thick.  

Gordon Kerr, Epson Australia enterprise advertising and marketing supervisor, skilled print options, stated, “The SureColor F1060 presents new alternatives for entrepreneurs and companies, giving them the power ship high quality product in the correct format, on the time and place the place the shopper is in an optimum shopping for temper.”

The SureColor F1060 is predicted to begin transport in June/July. Full specs and pricing will probably be confirmed in Might.

Print on-demand in-situ: Epson SureColor F1060
Print on-demand in-situ: Epson SureColor F1060
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