Epson solutions for textile printing
Epson can meet various interior and
home decoration needs from small customised sublimation printing
to Direct to Fabric printing with the Monna Lisa Evo Tre
Epson will take part in Heimtextil covering every home
décor application. The company offers a complete range of
solutions that combine state-of-the-art printing technology such
as PrecisionCore Epson heads, dedicated inks and precision
mechanics with products ranging from direct-print inkjet models
for customised household items, sublimation printing on
three-dimensional objects such as plates, cutlery and vases, and
high-end production systems for the industrial sector.
The modern textile industry wants choice and extreme
customisation. To cater for this need, Epson has developed in
2005, the Monna Lisa digital printer for fabrics. Epson was one
of the first to use pigment inks for home textile applications,
printing more than five million metres of fabric to date - as
well as a range of sublimation and direct fabric printers.
The variety of materials that can be printed with different
kind of inks, including wool, linen, cotton, silk and polyester,
combined with the power of Epson technology means that it is
possible to reproduce quality designs in vibrant colours and in
The drawings used to personalize the objects and the textile
and printed products on the fabrics and supports, including the
wallpaper, have been designed by Luciana and Fulvio Alvisi,
creatives who have been guiding "Alvisi e Alvisi” since 1973, an
innovative study of drawings for fabrics in Como, capital of
Giovanni Pizzamiglio, Direct To Fabric Sales & Marketing
Director (EMEAR & Americas) says,“The aim is to offer
manufacturers, retailers and designers the opportunity to
produce quality products quickly and competitively, ensuring
quality and rapid adaptation to new market trends. Our product
range, from Monna Lisa for industrial textile digital printing,
to our sublimation and DTG printing, can fully meet the needs of
Epson solutions on show
Monna Lisa® Evo Tre, the innovative printer in the DTF inkjet
series that revolutionized the digital textile printing market
by offering a tool that could shift from the sampling phase to
reliable industrial production.
The Monna Lisa printer is the ultimate Total Solution for the
industrial textile market. It is produced by F.lli Robustelli
and equipped with Epson PrecisionCore printheads and Genesta®
inks, designed by Epson in collaboration with For.Tex. The
printer is available in three widths (180, 220 and 320 cm), it
offers numerous advantages including reduced production time,
the ability to print custom designs on a wide range of fabrics,
and the flexibility to produce low-cost samples.
At Heimtextil, the 180 cm Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32PC uses
Genesta pigment inks in eight colours to print on various
fabrics for the Home Textile sector.
Pigment printing does not require steam and washing
processes, and this gives Monna Lisa a low environmental impact.
Fabrics printed with the Monna Lisa machines have high colour
yield, colour fastness and reproducibility - essential features
for fabrics used in the home textile industry, obtained also by
means of pre-treatment processes.
SureColor SC-F9300 64-inch sublimation printer for
low-priced, easy printing. This machine is extremely flexible
and ideal for producing small volumes of quality fabrics and
sublimating specific designs on rigid substrates such as
spill-proof panels, table tops, cups, cutlery, vases and
EPSON Monna Lisa Evo Tre printer.
The SureColor SC-F9300 model is a four-colour printer using
UltraChrome DS inks and a high-density HDK black. It offers dual
Epson PrecisionCore TFP heads for consistent, reliable results
with exceptional colour and sharpness.
SureColor SC-F2000 is used for direct fabric printing and can
create customised towels, aprons, cushions and bags in just a
few minutes. It is a particularly popular printer with the
market: Epson estimates that, from its launch until August this
year, it has printed more than 36 million T-shirts worldwide.
Genesta inks, UltraChrome DS and UltraChrome DG inks have
achieved the ECO PASSPORT certification from OEKO-TEX® to
confirm Epson's commitment to supporting sustainable textile