Epson demonstrates the benefits of sublimation in fabric at Exintex 2018

The company exhibits in the International Textile industry exhibition the most recent models of wide format printers of its line F, as well as its new printing press in cotton

Epson, world leader in printing and digital imaging, reports that it is participating in one of the most important international textiles fairs: Exintex (International Textile Exhibition) in its version 2018, which takes place in the city of Puebla, state of Puebla. Its objective is to continue with its consolidation in the garment industry, contributing its innovative sublimation technology, which contributes to develop new businesses for companies and designers of the sector, from a short, more creative production, Personalized and low cost. Displays its wide format printers (LFP) line F for printing on polyester and cotton fabrics.

Exintex is an international biennial exhibition organized by the Chamber of textile industry of Puebla-Tlaxcala (CITEX) and the National Association of Textile Entrepreneurs that is made to make known to entrepreneurs, professionals, entrepreneurs, students and General public, the most recent innovations and products in the sector. In its 21st edition, the exhibition increased 20% of the above-mentioned occupation and hopes to reach the end of more than 25000 visitors and buyers from more than 30 countries.

“Around 1.000 companies in Mexico have adopted the digital printing in polyester with our sublimation printers, with which today are manufactured about 400.000 garments each month. With this technology the users can follow the market tendencies of short runs, personalization, unlimited designs, reduction of response times, and most importantly, to obtain returns of investment between three and six months, “said José Ángel Barba, Textile Product Manager for Epson Mexico.

Epson will demonstrate the performance of the SureColor equipment of your F-line, such as the F9200 and F6200. The first is ideal for large and medium volumes that require fast sublimating while maintaining a low cost. It prints at speeds of 57 square meters per hour, in pieces up to 64 inches. For its part, the F6200 was developed with the latest advances in performance especially for productions at industrial level, reaching speeds of up to 30 square meters per hour. The piece “Monarch”, sublimated dress by designer Eduardo Mata who participated in the parade Digital Couture 2018 in New York, will be exhibited during the event.

Epson also presents its printer SureColor F2100, a press that “illustrates” t-shirts made 100% cotton and mixes up to 50% cotton and 50% polyester. The machine prints in 50 seconds any color of T-shirt (at maximum speed), with the new technology that simultaneously prints the white ink and the color ink, obtaining a better texture, higher speed and a high image quality.

The printhead of the Epson equipment is based on the PrecisionCore TFP system, the original development of the company that produces ink droplets with extreme precision and injects them at high speeds, resulting in deep and dramatic colors in the fabrics, in addition of a high quality.

Epson Partners participating by demonstrating company solutions are Siscoprint, Digital image Alpha Beta and Masterfort. Epson’s digital printing technology is being shown from 2 to 5 October at the Exhibition and convention Center of the City of Puebla, located in Avenida Army of the East number 100, zone of the forts, civic Unit 5 de Mayo Puebla Pue. CP 72260 on a 10 to 18 hour schedule.