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Introducing the Epson SureColor F2000 Series

The Rumors Are True!

For over three years, Epson dedicated a team of mechanical, chemical, and software engineers to create an all-new imaging technology dedicated for printing directly to garments. This endeavor allowed us to rethink everything and ultimately design a garment printer the way it was meant to be.

 Introducing the Epson SureColor F2000 Series

Designed using the latest advancements in performance imaging, like our purpose-built Epson MicroPiezo® TFP® print head, along with our all-new garment ink technology – Epson UltraChrome DG – the SureColor F2000 series will become the new benchmark in high-performance garment imaging.

Extreme Print Quality

  • Print resolutions up to 1,440 x 720 dpi for color; and up to 1,440 x 1,440 for white
  • Precision dot control for outstanding clarity and sharpness for garment imaging
  • Fast Print Speeds
  • Up to 720 nozzles per inch dedicated to color inks; with 1,440 nozzles per inch dedicated
  • to white inks for incredible print speeds
  • Quite possibly one of the fastest direct-to-garment printers in it’s class

Commercial-Grade Reliability

  • The PrecisionCore print chip is ideal for printing with direct-to-garment ink chemistry
  • Co-developed with Epson UltraChrome DG ink technology for extreme reliability
  • Capable of very high-production, with very little downtime for maintenance

Internally Developed by Epson

  • New pigment ink technology designed for cellulose-based garment imaging
  • Compatible with both 100% cotton or cotton blends
  • Developed together with the print head technology to improve overall reliability

Outstanding Color Performance

  • Clean, bright, accurate colors for amazing finished garments

Next-Generation White Ink Technology

  • New high-dispersion ink technology helps to reduce white ink sedimentation
  • Very high white ink density with a very natural white color

Robust Garment Durability

  • Overall garment durability is being independently tested by Philadelphia University
  • based upon the industry standard AATCC testing method