Epson expands F10000 dye sub range

Epson has introduced a new large format dye sublimation printer, the SC-F10000H, which is basically the existing 1.9m wide F10000 but with two extra printheads so that it can print six colours.

There’s a choice of two inksets for this six-colour Epson SC-F10000H dye sub printer.

There’s a choice of two insets. One consists of CMYK plus two fluorescents, yellow and pink, that is targeted at clothing, home furnishings, promotional goods and soft signage. The other has CMYK plus light cyan and light magenta for better reproduction of flesh tones. However, these insets are not interchangeable so users have to decide from the outset which colours to use. 

Otherwise, this printer appears to be identical to the existing F10000, which I’ve already covered in some detail here. Thus it has the same S3200 PrecisionCore printheads giving 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution. Epson is quoting speeds of up to 245 sqm/hr. It also has the same Halftone, LUT and MicroWeave technologies that we’ve already seen on the F10000 . 

Neil Greenhalgh, product manager for Epson Europe, says: “With the introduction of the SC-F10000 last year, we set new standards for the dye-sublimation sector. Our customers demand fast turnaround times, consistent performance, high-quality output and reliability. With the new SC-F10000H, customers can now expand their product offering into the lucrative sportswear/high fashion apparel or home furnishings and soft-signage markets.”

The SC-F10000H will be available in both Europe and the US (where it’s called the SC-F10070H) from July 2021.. You can find further details on Epson’s large format printer range from epson.co.uk


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