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Epson Introduces SureColor F9200

August 18, 2015  By PrintAction Staff

The new Epson SureColor F9200 is a 64-inch production dye-sublimation transfer printer designed for the roll-to-roll digital textile market, which will be a highlight at the company’s Graph Expo booth this September in Chicago.

The SureColor F9200 is aimed at medium- to-large volume transfer printing, reaching speeds of up to 1,044 square feet per hour. Leveraging a dual Epson PrecisionCore TFP print head and Epson UltraChrome DS ink system with high density black ink, the SureColor F9200 is described by Epson as providing quality output with improved ink efficiency and black density for roll-to roll fabric production, as well as customized promotional production, soft signage, sports apparel, and home décor markets.

During Graph Expo, Epson also plans on highlighting its recently introduced SureColor P800 (released in July 2015), which the company describes as a 17-inch professional photo printer as representing a new benchmark in photographic print quality.


The SureColor P800 leverages Epson MicroPiezo AMC print head technology and a new Epson UltraChrome HD eight-colour pigment ink. It features advanced media handling, including a sheet feeder for photo or matte media, and a front-in and front-out paper path, it handles printing on thicker fine art papers and poster board to produce exhibition-quality prints.

Released in June 2015, Epson will also highlight the SureColor S70675, part of Epson’s recently introduced S-Series line of 64-inch solvent printers, at Graph Expo. The SureColor S70675 is built to produce photographic signage output at production speeds of up to 190 square feet per hour. Equipped with UltraChrome GSX inks, a dual Epson PrecisionCore TFP print head, the SureColor S70675 is designed for the signage, vehicle graphics, fine art, and packaging markets.

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