Showing posts with label Epson. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Epson. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Making the best out of the new normal: Epson on powering through the pandemic and assisting customer support across Asia

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When the pandemic started, the Philippines experienced the biggest dip in its economy since World War I. This is due to nationwide lockdowns aimed to stop the surge and spread of COVID-19 infections. In the second quarter of 2021, the country’s GDP showed a double-digit growth of 11.8% from the -3.9% of the first quarter in the same year.

Epson has been powering through the pandemic and has remained as the market leader in 2021. Despite major setbacks experienced by many businesses in the country, Epson is right on track with its FY21 target, boasting 124% sales in the first half of the year. Epson scanners have maintained market dominance in H1 and have secured the #1 market share in document scanners.

There is a slight drop in demand for business systems like printers due to lockdown restrictions and school vacations. However, Epson’s commercial and industrial printer sales demonstrated aggressive growth as the market reopens and the election campaign starts. Meanwhile, the visual instruments market is expected to recover as corporate and leisure-related business reopens. Epson’s projector sales are expected to close at 144% by the end of FY21.
Epson’s Directions for FY21

During the FY21 Customer Support Midyear Forum, Epson leaders discussed their directions for the rest of the fiscal year. Included in their goals for product management is to maintain market leadership with the efficient use of resources and to rethink the way that the market is engaged.

Epson further improved the company’s customer support efforts by maintaining the base of its authorized service partners. Its boost on B2B support capabilities includes certifying its product specialists for corporate and onsite support for Epson products.

Additionally, Epson expounded on its supply chain management. Aside from ensuring efficient support for its products, Epson also secured spare parts stocking and availability. They backed up demo unit usage activities more efficiently through outsourcing and safeguard regulatory compliance by revising current processes.

Overcoming challenges caused by the pandemic

Epson as an organization prioritized its staff safety and well-being amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The company provided support for its employees such as oxygen tanks, care packs delivered directly to the employees’ homes, and home or office disinfection.

Aside from caring for its employees, Epson Singapore and Philippines joined hands to aid service providers all over the country. Both the SG and PH teams highlighted the importance of meeting the user’s expectations in line with market norms through safe and useful products.

Additionally, the company utilized its call center services to efficiently focus on B2B, demonstrate a higher level of technical expertise, improve online support platform, and optimize a fast-track onsite support as the economy slowly opens up.

Epson is already repackaging a lot of its technology to fit more into the higher demands and expectations of the market during the pandemic. The company is preparing to adjust into this change not just in the business aspect, but also in top-notch customer service.

Thursday, December 30, 2021

Fine Point Reading on Why Ink Tank Printers Are a Better Choice

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If you have ever noticed messages in work and marketing emails encouraging you to consider the environment before printing, you are well aware of the perception that printing output, and its associated hardware, produce waste that finds its way into landfills. Paper waste alone makes up between 7% and 23% of municipal solid waste depending on whether it is a low-, middle-, or high-income country.

While printer energy consumption, paper waste, ink usage, and cartridge replacement have an environmental impact, consumers may be largely unaware of the advances that have been made to reduce the printer output, materials and accessories that find its way to landfills. Consumers in Asia Pacific are becoming more conscious of whether the products they are buying are green, or clean, as their sustainability sophistication grows in each market. Businesses are also devising ways to achieve more circular models to encourage responsible production and consumption. Home printers, in particular, have received some tech-based enhancements in recent years that are making it possible to print freely.

As consumers have become more aware of the environmental impact of their activities, they are interested in finding products that are sustainable but also convenient to use and cost effective above all. Continuous ink supply system (CISS) printers, or ink tank printers, have emerged in the home printer market to address these needs. Its main features are edging out standard inkjets and laser printers in each of these areas.

Printing at Home is Here to Stay

In spite of trends to digitise and go paperless, printers continue to be an essential technology in homes. This was proven when demand for home printers surged last year as people settled into home offices to work and online schooling became the norm during the pandemic. Deloitte anticipates that going forward, home printers may not be used daily as some routines resume but the need for hard copy printouts will persist for people who continue to spend some time working or learning from home.

The home printer market has incorporated more sustainable features in recent years. In particular, ink tank printers that were typically used by small businesses or home offices with high volume printing needs, are increasingly being purchased for personal use. Ink tank printers run on large refillable tanks instead of individual cartridges that need to be discarded once empty. These tanks hold more ink, eliminating the need for frequent cartridge changes that can be costly over time. This makes it a cost-effective option for home offices as well as start-ups and small businesses.

Leading the Evolution of the Home Printer Market

As the first company to introduce ink tank printers to the market, Epson has changed the approach to inkjet printing with the EcoTank lineup. On top of this revolution, Heat-Free Technology with Epson’s PrecisonCore Printhead consumes up to 85% less energy than laser printers of a similar speed. The CO2 emissions of consumables (e.g. raw materials, manufacturing, production and distribution of parts, and consumer use and disposal) is less than a fifth of conventional cartridge printer models. This can mean distinct savings in annual energy bills.

With no heat required for warming up the printer, EcoTank printers operate at a consistently high printing speed. The Heat-Free Technology also makes Epson’s EcoTank printers more efficient and capable of printing reliably for a long period with minimal maintenance downtime to allow more time to focus on productive tasks. EcoTank printers also feature ink bottles with an ultra-high page yield of up to 7,500 pages in black and 6,000 pages in color. The ink is simple to refill, with spill-free bottle designs to make the process fast and maintain productivity.

Using an Epson EcoTank printer produces pages at a fraction of the cost of a standard inkjet or laser printer, especially when frequent and bulk printing is required. For the environmentally conscious, purchasing an Epson EcoTank printer is a reliable, affordable choice that aligns closely with sustainable values, while helping you to be more productive at home.

Saturday, August 14, 2021

Epson: Enabling Communication with Precise Digital Printing

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If you're going to think of it, printing has been around for ages already and every generation it evolves into something more productive than before. So, here's something to read along from Epson as they enable communication with precise digital printing. 

Although printing has been around for centuries, quality reproduction stems from a variety of technological innovations that have come together to deliver today’s high-impact prints. Epson’s strongest advancements in this area include its PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead and its UltraChrome inks.

Digital printing has enabled the transition from monochrome printing to high-quality color images. The technology for inkjet printing systems has improved dramatically over the past decade, and this is driving full-color printing to new heights. Today’s newest color printers typically use the CMYK color profile, and Epson’s SureColor SC-T5430M wireless printer is one such example.

Designed for technical, engineering, and business graphics, this high-speed device is ideal for blueprints, line drawings, and posters up to 36” wide. It features 2400x1200 dpi print quality and a very competitive price point.

The ongoing proliferation of color inkjet technologies from a wide range of vendors has contributed to the success of suppliers in this segment. Advancements in image quality, color capabilities, and ink technology in technical aqueous devices combined with an ever-growing variety of media have enabled users to produce a wider range of applications.

According to Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends’ most recent forecast for wide format technical printers, an estimated 353 million m2 will be produced in the Asia-Pacific region by 2023. This output consists of two primary technical aqueous print applications—CAD for engineering/presentation graphics and GIS for maps. CAD represents an estimated 70% of the volume while GIS printing accounts for about 25%. The remaining 5% includes graphics applications like presentation posters and banners.

While only accounting for a small share of the market, graphics printing opens up some interesting application opportunities that were previously unattainable from a technical printer. The sheet-fed capabilities of smaller devices like Epson’s 24” SureColor SC-T3130X are now used with For Placement Only (FPO) proofing, poster prints, indoor signage, and small Point-of-purchase (POP) graphics in the SOHO environment. Meanwhile, larger roll-fed devices like EPSON’s 36” SureColor SC-T5430M and 44” SC-T7270D are capable of producing larger POP displays and indoor signage. Epson offers a full range of technical printers that can accommodate the needs of home/small offices up through enterprises.

The forecast for Asia-Pacific also indicates that the installed base of 100,000 units in 2018 is expected to grow by 4.3% through 2023. Although most output is produced digitally, this massive installed base indicates that print is still the preferred mechanism for presenting technical and GIS documents. Although some of this print work is handled by in-house or print-for-pay reprographic print facilities, many engineers and architects are investing in technologies that enable them to print high-resolution color drawings in real time.

Epson’s ongoing investments in its product line offer many user-friendly solutions to engineers, architects, and cartographers. The SureColor T-series printers are small footprint devices with full front operation capabilities that make them ideal for placement in the corner of any office. Designed for convenience, the auto switch function enables a seamless transition between roll and cut sheet paper. Additionally, the T-series printers can print and cut printouts without dropping them until they are ready to be collected.

Advancements in secure digital technology continue to occur, fueling the opportunity to print a widening array of technical graphics on a variety of media from a single device. Accommodating print widths from 24” to 44”, Epson’s T-Series line of printers addresses end-users’ needs for fast printing, high resolution, and vivid colors—all without compromising quality!

To find out more about the Epson T-Series printer line, click here.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Epson and Save the Children Joins Together in Addressing the Challenges of Today's New Normal

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Sharing this story about Epson and Save the Children as they both address the challenges of today's new normal. The learning that people get in this life that we are now facing, especially for marginalized communities. The blended approach is particularly difficult for those who may not have the right tools to access educational materials which are badly needed to facilitate learning. To help address this challenge, Epson Philippines partnered with the world’s leading independent children’s organization, Save the Children, for a donation initiative to support blended learning in its partner communities.

The pandemic has disrupted the operations of groups working to establish early learning spaces in the most deprived areas in the country. One such example is Save the Children Philippines’ Kapit Bahay Aralan (KBA), an alternative, neighborhood-based learning program for children residing in urban settlements or in far-flung areas.

This period of remote learning made it harder for the KBAs to continue their operations since they lacked the resources in producing modules and other educational materials for their students, putting the development of early literacy, numeracy, self-care, health practices, and socialization among these children into a halt.

As a global technology leader, Epson recognizes the role it can play in addressing the issues that the new normal posed in all levels of education. Collaborating with Save the Children Philippines, Epson hopes to ease the situation by providing eco-friendly inkjet printers that will help the KBA’s para-teachers [Those who have failed the licensure examination for professional teachers, with a rating of not lower than five percentage points from the passing general average rating, shall be eligible as para-teachers upon issuance by the Board of a two-year special permit, renewable for a non-extendible period of two (2) years. The para-teachers shall be assigned to areas where there is a shortage or absence of a professional teacher, as identified and provided by the Department of Education and the Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) education department to the Board for professional teachers and to the Commission. The special permit shall indicate the area of assignment of the para-teacher. Source: Republic Act 9293], students and parents continue with blended learning. Through the donation initiative, Save the Children Philippines received EcoTank L15160 inkjet printers, ink refills and paper supplies to support the remote learning of more than 900 KBA students across six barangays in Caloocan.

Aside from helping make blended learning easier and more attainable for Filipino children, Epson also encourages a shift to sustainable technology among its partners through its new printer sustainability campaign titled Be Cool, which reminds customers that it is possible to maximize productivity while reducing environmental impact. Developed with Epson’s revolutionary Heat-Free Technology, the L15160 printers donated to Save the Children Philippines will be able to produce learning materials efficiently while consuming less energy.

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to partner with Save the Children Philippines in helping marginalized communities get quality education amid the pandemic. Through our small donation initiative, we hope we can help the para-teachers and students in the community adapt better to learning in the new normal by making printed educational materials more accessible to them,” said Eduardo Bonoan, Head of Marketing for Epson Philippines.

Sunday, May 16, 2021

Epson launches first 76-inch Industrial Dye-Sublimation Textile Printer with LcLm Inks and Fluorescent Solution

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Okay, we're taking off from the entertainment scene for a while as we put our attention to this one of the printers that actually can offer good printing options. A flexible one. 

Epson expands its 76” printer series and offers customers greater flexibility with the SC-F10030H, a new dye-sublimation printer that comes with two additional colour options: Fluorescent Yellow and Fluorescent Pink or Light Cyan and Light Magenta, to address the market’s fluorescent and light ink colour demand.

This new dye-sublimation textile printer is the first in Epson’s textile large format printer genre with 6 new PrecisionCore™ Micro TFP printheads and the option for Light Cyan and Light Magenta (LcLm) inks. Working together, these new features enable the highest productivity possible in continuous printing of bright, vibrant textiles.

The textile industry is ever-changing, and the ability to manufacture unique printed textiles on short production run is quickly becoming a business advantage. From delivering production efficiency to producing spectacular print quality, Epson’s SC-F10030H helps businesses evolve and move to the next level.

With its new fluorescent colour options, the SC-F10030H allows businesses to expand to more print applications in apparel, soft signage, or home décor. Industries with high image quality requirements like advertising or interior design can utilise the SC-F10030H to produce eye-catching printouts that provide greater versatility for customers.

Aside from its additional printheads and new colour options, the SC-F10030H retains all the features of the SC-F10030 such as Epson’s Precision Dot Technology, Auto Adjustment features and Self-Repair function to ensure remarkable print quality, high reliability, and enhanced productivity. To improve total customer experience, the new model also comes bundled with an Epson Cloud Solution PORT for remote monitoring to enable accurate failure diagnosis and prompt responses to inquiries.

“Epson continues to innovate in the dye-sublimation space, and the new SureColor F10030H with light color and fluorescent ink options make bold colour applications possible, creating eye-catching output and providing greater versatility for customers,” said Eduardo Bonoan, Head of Marketing, Epson Philippines.

The SureColor FC-10030H industrial dye-sublimation textile printer will be available in the region in June 2021. Please contact your local Epson Authorized Dealer stores for more information.

Monday, April 26, 2021

Epson's New Printer Sustainability Campaign "Be Cool"

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"Be cool!" or sometimes it is also "chill man," got something to do with being light and subtle. Also, you can refer to it as being green. Today, there are different calls from environmental organizations to address the issue of global warming.  Fortunately, there are companies in different industries that signified their support by converting most of their products or machinery to be environmentally sustainable. 

In many industries, one of the most significant side effects of the increased output impact on the environment, with greater use of resources affecting carbon footprint. For businesses, it can be a tricky balancing act to weigh productivity against sustainability, but the two do not have to be mutually exclusive.

This is the premise of Be Cool, the new printer sustainability campaign launched by Epson Southeast Asia. The regional campaign was created to remind customers that it is possible to maximize efficiency and productivity while reducing environmental impact. Banking on the brand’s expertise in innovation, businesses can choose to Be Cool and discover how Epson technology makes the sustainable choice a simple one.

The campaign is fuelled by Epson’s range of EcoTank and Business Inkjet printers that use Heat-Free Technology to deliver advanced benefits over laser and thermal inkjet technology. It also features the world’s first[ PaperLab is the first office paper making system to use a dry process, based on Epson research conducted in November 2016.] dry process office paper-making system, PaperLab.

“Our Be Cool campaign demonstrates how Epson’s Heat-Free Technology and PaperLab can transform the way businesses work by helping increase productivity, while saving on energy consumption and use of resources. By making the switch to our cool products, businesses can take an active role in the journey towards promoting greener, more sustainable businesses across Southeast Asia,” said Tan May Lin, Regional Director for Epson Sales Division, Retail Products, and Regional Brand & Communications.

Printing can Be Cool

Be Cool brings three product lines front and centre to highlight how its eco features can help significantly streamline processes and give businesses a competitive advantage.

Epson’s Heat-Free Technology ensures that its EcoTank and Business Inkjet printers use no heat in the ink ejection process, which means less power consumption and more savings on electricity costs.

With this original technology, no heat is required for printer warm up, allowing you to save time with consistent high-speed printing. Since inkjet printers do not have fusers that need heating, less energy is consumed, resulting in cost savings for the business. Epson’s EcoTank and Business Inkjet printers also use fewer parts and consumables that require replacement which minimises user intervention and increases productivity.

Pushing the envelope on environment-friendly technology is Epson’s first in-office paper recycling system, PaperLab. Powered by Dry Fiber Technology, PaperLab turns wastepaper into new paper, using a virtually dry process[ A small amount of water is used to maintain a certain level of humidity inside the system.], in just 3 minutes[ Approximate values. Output speed, first sheet out time may vary depending on environmental conditions.]. It uses only about 1/100th[ Water consumption of ordinary paper includes water used in the growth of the trees that supply the virgin pulp. Ordinary paper means paper distributed in Japan.] of the water it takes to make an equivalent mass of ordinary paper so that businesses conserve water while reducing the volume of paper that must be transported to off-site recyclers.

When data security is crucial for your business, PaperLab delivers absolute certainty that key confidential waste is safely and effectively destroyed. It removes toner and inks and reduces the wastepaper into fibers. This means information stays safely on site with no need to trust external contractors.

With PaperLab’s unique technology, water is conserved, less heat is used, carbon footprint is reduced, and wood resources are saved. Combined with Epson’s heat-free printing solutions, PaperLab helps build a recycling loop in the office and promotes a circular economy for businesses.

Make the switch

By highlighting the synergy between Epson’s Heat-Free Technology or Dry Fiber Technology with the products’ productivity features, the Be Cool campaign presents how performance and sustainability can go hand in hand and urges businesses to make the green choice with Epson’s business solutions.

To learn how you can make the switch to sustainable technology, visit the website or get in touch with your local Epson Authorised Dealers.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Buy Real, Buy Smart: Protect your warranty and your equipment by using Epson Genuine Inks for your Epson Printers

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Sometimes in order to save some people would go for the counterfeit but in fact, it is the opposite. As printing becomes more accessible, an increasing number of counterfeit inks are entering the market to provide consumers with cheaper options. While it might be tempting to cut costs by purchasing non-genuine inks, doing so entails serious risks and threats.

For Epson printer users at home or in the office, managing printing requirements demands saving money while you can, but what is the true cost of buying into counterfeit inks? Here are some of the dangers of using non-genuine inks for your printer:

1.Possible printer damage

Non-genuine inks purchased from unauthorized sellers may cause leaks and clogging that may lead to printer damage. Using non-genuine inks may provide savings in the short run, but it can potentially be costly with the additional servicing required when the other components in your printer have been compromised.

2.Warranty void

A home or office printer is an asset, and you want to make sure that you have the best protection for your investment. Deciding to go for counterfeit inks will automatically void your Epson printer warranty, and since counterfeit inks may potentially harm your printer, the money saved on the initial purchase of non-genuine inks simply isn’t worth the potential cost of having to replace damaged parts without warranty protection.

3.Higher costs

Counterfeit inks are widely available, and consumers often choose to use them believing that they provide the same performance as genuine inks. This could be a costly mistake as non-genuine supplies could pose multiple risks as mentioned above and may affect both print quality and performance.

Maintaining your printer equipment in good working condition is the key to productivity. To get the most out of your Epson printer, we recommend using only Epson genuine inks to keep your machine at optimal performance.


Epson’s genuine inks are produced following stringent quality control standards that guarantee the best performance of your printer, ink, and media. To ensure that you are purchasing an authentic Epson ink bottle, look for the Genuine Epson Color Shifting Label and Hologram Sticker on the packaging:

If you suspect that the inks you have purchased are fake, go to this link on the Epson Philippines website to submit a report.

Saving money at home or in the office is important but spending a bit more on genuine supplies is always worth it, rather than taking a chance with counterfeit supplies. To find an Epson Authorized Dealer near you, check our store listing on the website or browse Epson’s flagship store in Lazada.

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Epson Renews Environmental Vision 2050 Carbon negative and underground resource free by 2050

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Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") has renewed Environmental Vision 2050, a statement of the company's environmental goals for 2050, to achieve sustainability and enrich communities. Epson will become carbon negative and underground resource[ Non-renewable resources such as oil and metals ] free by 2050.

Epson was founded in 1942 in Suwa, a city located in the rich natural environment of Nagano, Japan. Harmonious co-existence with the communities in which we operate has always been a cornerstone of the company, and even as our operations have expanded globally, our culture of respect for the environment has never wavered, and we have always maintained ambitious environmental goals. Epson established Environmental Vision 2050 in 2008 and revised it in 2018 to realign it with a changed operating environment.

This latest revision was made as part of the Epson 25 Renewed corporate vision, which set "achieving sustainability and enriching communities" as the company's aspirational goal. Specifically, we set goals that clearly show our commitment to tackling the major societal issues of decarbonization and resource recycling, and we will proceed with concrete efforts to achieve them.

Environmental Vision 2050

Epson will become carbon negative and underground resource1 free by 2050 to achieve sustainability and enrich communities.


2030: Reduce total emissions in line with the 1.5℃ scenario [ Target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions aligned with the recommendations of the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi). ]

2050: Carbon negative and underground resource1 free


●Reduce the environmental impacts of products and services and in supply chains
●Achieve sustainability in a circular economy and advance the frontiers of the industry through creative, open innovation
●Contribute to international environmental initiatives

The Epson 25 Renewed corporate vision, which was established on March 18, 2021, includes Environmental Vision 2050. In line with this vision, Epson will pursue decarbonization and resource recycling programs, provide products and services that reduce environmental impacts, and develop environmental technology.

Epson plans to spend and invest 100 billion yen on decarbonization, resource recycling, and environmental technology development over the next ten years. It expects these efforts to enable the company to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the supply chain by more than two million tonnes. Even apart from this 100-billion-yen investment, Epson will concentrate its management resources on developing products and services that reduce the environmental impacts of our customers.

Friday, January 8, 2021

Get to Know These 5 Reasons Why Epson’s Easy-to-Use Digital Textile Printers are ideal for Building Business Start-ups

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The far-reaching effects of the pandemic have changed life as we know it, and as the marketplace moved online, entrepreneurs are finding more creative ways to earn in the new environment. In the same way that technology enables communication and keeps businesses running, it offers opportunities to earn.

One such opportunity can be found in digital textile printing. The textile industry continues to evolve and the ability to manufacture custom printed textiles and short fashion runs is quickly becoming a business advantage.

Epson offers a range of digital textile printers that enable users to produce and manufacture custom fabrics at scale with high precision and increased reliability, using vibrant and eye-catching colours. 

Epson SC-F2130 

Here are some of the reasons why custom textile printing with Epson’s easy-to-use Digital Textile Printers might be the perfect business idea for you:

1. Advanced Printing Quality
Buyers are on the lookout for quality in any purchase they make. Printing garments digitally delivers an outstanding level of colour and quality that is ideal when it comes to consistently reproducing complex designs with accurate colours, including refined gradients, in every print.

2. Quick and Efficient Production
Digital textile printers offer significantly short production turnaround, giving you every opportunity to maximise what comes your way and avoid any long and costly production delays. These printers are fast, reliable, and time saving for any business.

3. Very Flexible to Customer Demands
It’s always about what is convenient, quick, and easy. Keep up with the evolving trends and demands of customers with the ability to produce short runs and print-on-demand services with minimal downtime. Cater to the needs of your audiences by knowing what they want, when they want it, and how they want it done.

4. Low Environmental Impact
Everyone is becoming more conscious about their impact to the environment, which also applies for setting up businesses and making sure it is sustainable in the long run. Good thing digital printing provides significant reductions in both water and electricity consumption compared to traditional fabric printing. Epson’s digital textile printers allow businesses to stay productive and profitable while caring for the environment.

5. Reduced Production Costs
All entrepreneurs are on the lookout for cost-effective solutions that can save them money but offer best quality output for their businesses. With Epson’s digital textile printers, you can take control of your production timeline and costs by producing quality designs in-house, eliminating expensive third-party printing fees.

Unlike other manufacturers, the Epson advantage is “in the details”, so that every product helps businesses become more cost-effective, cost-efficient, and productive while saving the environment.

Both direct-to-garment (DTG) and dye sublimation printing are cost-effective options for small and medium businesses. Direct-to-garment printing is similar to using an inkjet printer to print on paper, except that you’re printing right onto cotton-based fabric using special water-based inks that absorb into the fabric, allowing you to do small print runs at an affordable price.

If you are looking for more types of printing application options, dye sublimation might just be the perfect choice. With dye sublimation, you can easily print customised apparel as you can control every part of the fabric you are printing on. This is perfect for those who need custom sportswear and accessories, printed face masks, personalised mugs or smartphone cases and the like. Although it requires more steps, dye sublimation is perfect for entrepreneurs who want to take the details of designs up a notch over DTG printing.

Epson SC-F530 

Epson SC-F6330 

Designed to optimise the process dye sublimation and direct-to-garment printing, Epson’s F-series textile printers are powered by PrecisionCore™ printhead technology, which enables fast, high-quality, and reliable printing on fabric.

“Our F-Series direct-to-garment and dye-sublimation textile printers are designed for performance and purposed for affordability. Digital textile printing presents no limitation to creativity, and with Epson’s comprehensive range of digital textile printers, businesses and designers have the creative freedom to print anything imaginable on fabric in-house and whenever they need it,” explains Eduardo Bonoan, Head of Marketing, Epson Philippines.

With the SureColour F-Series textile printers, Epson brings together the best of the company’s technical expertise and printing technology, promising high-performance, high production yields, and high-quality output. This translates to providing people jobs, earning more profit, and the agility to meet customer demands.

In particular, the Epson SureColour SC-F2130 Direct-to-Garment textile printer enables creativity through outstanding performance as it lets users print directly on cotton fabric. Equipped with PrecisionCore™ technology and an automated maintenance design, this textile printer is easy to use, prints quickly, and increases your overall production capacity without compromising quality.

On the other hand, to be able to meet the demands of your customers without the added time and cost to your business, it’s recommended to consider dye-sublimation textile printers for more complex design printing. For instance, the SureColour F530 series, coupled with Epson’s UltraChrome™ Dye Sublimation Inks, is built and designed to provide the users with ease of use and exceptional efficiency while maintaining superb print quality. You can choose between the two models in this series: the SureColour SC-F530 which comes with Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black inks, or the SureColour SC-F531, which comes with Cyan, Fluorescent Pink, Fluorescent Yellow, and Black inks for a wider variety of applications. These 24-inch, high-performance dye sublimation transfer printers are economically ideal for businesses with small-volume clothing and custom merchandise offerings.

Another option could be Epson’s SureColour SC-F6330 Dye-Sublimation textile printer that is designed for performance and affordability. Ideal for short-volume custom clothing using polyester fabric, this 44-inch dye-sublimation printer is extremely reliable for sheet-based production as it includes some of the latest advancements in printing technology that delivers amazing performance at affordable running costs.

Digital textile printing provides businesses the ability to quickly go from prototype to full production in just weeks. With no limits on how small or large your production goals are, Epson’s easy-to-use and economical digital textile printers offer the best way to optimise your inventory and help create custom fabric faster and more efficiently.

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