At FESPA 2015 (18-22 May, Cologne), Epson will celebrate the considerable flexibility of its complete line-up of SureColor SC-F dye sublimation and direct-to-fabric printers and will unveil its latest textile printing developments.
Dye-sublimation is very versatile as it offers so many paths to new business opportunities, new revenues and higher margins. Epson designs, manufactures and harmonises every component of its printers to ensure maximum quality, reliability and uptime combined with low total cost of ownership.
At the show, Epson’s focus will be on showing companies how they can diversify their business and maximise profit by enabling them to produce superb quality and customised products. Visitors can see how, by using Epson inkjet printers, they can produce the broadest range of dye-sub and textile products including: soft signage, T-shirts, apparel, 3D giftware, promotional products, curtains, cushions, lampshades and furniture.
Throughout the show, live demos will showcase:
• Cushion cover, tote bag and T-Shirt printing with the SureColor SC-F2000 direct-to-fabric printer and featuring new small platen option.
• Vacuum 3D decoration from design to final product with the SureColor SC-F6000 in association with SubliTec.
• Flat surface decoration for table tops, cupboards and metal panels etc with the SureColor SC-F6000 dye-sub printer in association with Chromaluxe.
The SureColor SC-S range of 1625mm (64-inch) printers in a choice of four to ten colours plus white and metallic will be producing a variety of durable POS and wall coverings on a range of substrates. Plus, Epson’s latest aqueous SureColor-SC-T printers will be in action producing stunning display graphics.
Duncan Ferguson, director, Professional Graphics, Epson Europe said, ‘FESPA attracts a broad spectrum of visitors who are not only interested in the latest print technologies, but also looking for inspiration. That’s why we have chosen the event to showcase the entire range of our versatile SureColor inkjet printers creating a variety of stunning products – and reveal some new developments. Ultimately our aim is to inspire new ideas, drive creativity, boost productivity and enable new business models.’