Epson will show its offer for the home textile market for the operators in the sector and visitors, at Heimtextil expo, in stand G81, hall 3. The show for home and contract textiles will be held from February 8-11, 2019, in Frankfurt, Germany. Epson is a leader in connecting people and information with its original, efficient, and compact technologies.
The company will be creating a living room in partnership with Brochier, the prestigious brand of top of the range furnishing fabrics. Some furnishing items will be displayed in this setting. Sofa, armchairs, poufs, curtains, and carpets have been made of fabrics printed by Monna Lisa, featuring the suggestive motif of the Utopian Philodendron, chosen from the company’s archive of furnishing fabrics. Demos will be provided by the printer SureColor SC-S80600, ideal, for instance, to print wallpaper, and by the printer SureColor SC-F9300 for sublimation textile printing, the ideal solution to personalise household items and to create 3D printed objects, such as plates, cutlery, and vases, Epson said.
The SureColor SC-F9300, 64” is a user-friendly economic printer. This highly flexible machine is the ideal choice to produce small volumes of quality fabrics and to sublime custom-designed motifs on hard substrates, such as, for example, anti-splash panels, table tops, cups, cutlery and vases. A 4-colour printer that uses UltraChrome DS ink with high density HDK black, the model SC-F9300 offers Epson PrecisionCore TFP double print heads for consistent and reliable results that feature exceptional colours and definition.
The SureColor SC-S80600 printer supports a wide range of substrates to meet all needs, from posters to graphic applications and interior decoration. With its advanced substrate management system, the printer ensures high precision for exceptional performance. Automated maintenance of print heads and the collection system for condensate produced by ink allow uninterrupted printing, thus ensuring high levels of productivity.
The SureColor SC-F2100 for direct printing on fabric can produce, in a few minutes, kitchen towels, aprons, cushions, and personalised bags. A printer that is highly appreciated by the market: Epson estimates that, from its launch until August this year, it has been used to print about 36 million t-shirts worldwide. (GK)