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Epson SureColor F10070H Dye Sub Press

Industrial textile printer with multiple ink configuration options.

Epson has introduced the 76-in. SureColor F10070H dye sublimation textile printer. The industrial press is engineered for just-in-time printing of customized clothing and sportswear, soft signage, novelty products, interior décor, and more. Reaching speeds up to 2635 sq ft/hr, the SureColor F10070H offers six user-replaceable 4.7-in. PrecisionCore printheads, UltraChrome DS6 ink technology, and six ink channels with CMYKcm or CMYK + fluorescent pink + fluorescent yellow for high contrast and color saturation.

Additional features include automated paper-tension control and fabric head wiper for continuous production; Epson Edge workflow software with Adobe PostScript® 3 engine for color management, smart nesting, pattern repeats, and more; 20-L ink packs for longer runs; Epson Cloud Solution Port for remote printer monitoring; compatibility with Epson DS multipurpose, rigid photo optimized, adhesive textile, and production transfer paper; and more.

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MANUFACTURER: Epson
PRODUCT CATEGORY: Wide-Format Printers
APPLICATION CATEGORY: Interior Décor, Digital Textile Printing

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