Epson presents its textile printing solutions at Heimtextil 2019

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2018-11-30 17:46:00 – Como

This year too Epson will participate in Heimtextil, Frankfurt, on 8-11 January 2019. The company will present its offer for the home textile market to both operators in the sector and to visitors by creating a living room in partnership with Brochier, the prestigious brand of top of the range furnishing fabrics. Some furnishing items will be displayed in this setting. Sofa, armchairs, poufs, curtains and carpets have been made of fabrics printed by Monna Lisa, featuring the suggestive motif of the Utopian Philodendron, chosen from the company’s archive of furnishing fabrics. Beside this area, demos are provided by the printer SureColor SC-S80600, ideal, for instance, to print wallpaper, and by the printer SureColor SC-F9300 for sublimation textile printing, the ideal solution to personalise household items and to create 3D printed objects, such as plates, cutlery and vases.

“Epson’s printing solutions combine cutting edge technology, such as Epson PrecisionCore print heads, dedicated inks and precision mechanics, to meet the demands of a market that seeks a rapid and versatile approach even in the furnishing sector, says Giovanni Pizzamiglio, Direct To Fabric Sales & Marketing Director EMEAR & Americas – As witnessed by our commitment to ensure ongoing development of inks and high quality printers, our goal is to become a strategic technological partner for high quality industrial textile printing”.

Ongoing commitment to enhance sustainability -Epson’s practical commitment to ensure sustainability, from the development of inkjet technology in the various application sectors to research on inks, is underscored by the Japanese company’s decision, in partnership with Brochier, to interpret the theme of Heimtextil 2019 - Toward Utopia – with the motif of the Utopian Philodendron. The Philodendron is a tropical plant that is widely known for its capacity to adapt and filter many hazardous substances that are present in the environment, transforming them into oxygen, without however losing its typical harmonious shape and hues. The idea of this plant will help us pursue the utopian dream of functional beauty we would like to find in the future world.

This motif comes to life only with Monna Lisa digital textile printing. Besides a perfect colour yield, bright hues and a wealth of details, the Monna Lisa printer produces true copies of the original sketch.

“This feature is crucial because the original drawing is often done by hand, using very particular techniques, which have to be reproduced on fabric”, says Davide Maspero, Commercial Director of Brochier. “Moreover, Monna Lisa has shown an excellent yield in the reproduction of techniques, such as pigments or glitter that could previously be produced only with traditional printing methods”.

The following are some details of Epson solutions presented at the stand:

- SureColor SC-F9300, 64”, sublimation printing, a user-friendly economic printer. This highly flexible machine is the ideal choice to produce small volumes of quality fabrics and to sublime custom-designed motifs on hard substrates, such as, for example, anti-splash panels, table tops, cups, cutlery and vases. A 4-colour printer that uses UltraChrome DS ink with high density HDK black, the model SC-F9300 offers Epson PrecisionCore TFP double print heads for consistent and reliable results that feature exceptional colours and definition.

- SureColor SC-S80600, the printer that supports a wide range of substrates to meet all needs, from posters to graphic applications and Interior Decoration. With its advanced substrate management system, the printer ensures high precision for exceptional performance. Automated maintenance of print heads and the collection system for condensate produced by ink allow uninterrupted printing, thus ensuring high levels of productivity.

- SureColor SC-F2100 for direct printing on fabric that can produce in a few minutes kitchen towels, aprons, cushions and personalised bags. A printer that is highly appreciated by the market: Epson estimates that, from its launch until August this year, it has been used to print about 36 million T-shirts worldwide.

About Epson -Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to connecting people, things and information with its original efficient, compact and precision technologies. With a line-up that ranges from inkjet printers and digital printing systems to 3LCD projectors, watches and industrial robots, the company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearables and robotics.

Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises more than 76,000 employees in 87 companies around the world, and is proud of its contributions to the communities in which it operates and its ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impacts.


About Epson Europe - Epson Europe B.V., based in Amsterdam, is the Group’s regional headquarters for Europe, Middle-East, Russia, and Africa. With a workforce of 1,830 employees, Epson Europe’s sales for fiscal year 2017 were 1.7 billion Euros. http://www.epson.eu.

Environmental Vision 2050 - http://eco.epson.com/

About For.Tex - For.Tex, located in Fino Mornasco (Como, Italy), is a company 100% owned by Epson Italia. Established in the Italian market as a trusted provider for dyes, thickeners and specialty for printing, For.Tex has established and consolidated its expansion to overseas markets with a particular focus on the Asian market with which it has established over the years a fruitful collaboration in particular with the most qualified Japanese companies producing dyes, specialty products for printing and specialty for the essential treatments agents of highly innovative content. In 2000, For.Tex was chosen by SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION, as official partner in regards of the ink developments, of the MONNA LISA® project and for the Genesta ink. www.fortex.it

About F.lli Robustelli - F.lli Robustelli s.r.l, located in Villa Guardia (Como, Italy), is a company 100% owned by Epson Italia. Operating since the 1950s, F.lli Robustelli has always designed and produced photogravure and textile printing machinery and systems. Thanks to an ongoing relationship with its clients and the ability to blend textile and mechanical knowhow with new digital technologies, F.lli. Robustelli has developed partnerships across the world. Over 15 years ago, F.lli Robustelli developed an important partnership with SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION that resulted in the MONNA LISA® project. For this project, the company product engineered the first digital textile printing machine on Epson print technology resulting in a product that is known in the textile industry as the best digital textile printer in the world and making of F.lli Robustelli one of the major players in the digital textile printing revolution. www.monnalisatdp.com.

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