Epson introduces SureColor F6370 44-inch dye-sub inkjet printer
September 25, 2019 By PrintAction Staff
Epson America in August announced the next-generation SureColor F6370 44-inch dye-sublimation printer. Featuring speeds up to 680 square feet/hour, the new dye-sublimation printer is designed to produce high-quality images for promotional products, soft signage and cut-and-sew fabrics.
The SureColor F6370 comes equipped with new Epson Edge Print workflow software, as well as a built-in cutter for roll-to-sheet convenience and an optional take-up reel system for unattended printing. The SureColor F6370 replaces the SureColor F6200 to join Epson’s line of SureColor F-Series printers, including the SureColor F9370 and SureColor F7200.
The SureColor F6370 comes equipped with Epson Edge dashboard, a remote printing management software featuring an interface with detailed views on current activity, ink supply levels, and important warnings or errors. The dashboard allows users to manage the status of up to 10 printers, including all SureColor F-Series, SureColor F-Series Direct-to-Garment, and SureColor S-Series wide-format printers. The Epson Edge Print workflow software features an Adobe Postscript 3 engine and includes job nesting, custom spot colour, project libraries, pattern repeats and the ability to import new media settings, when available, and provides the option for print shop providers the ability to edit media settings and manage projects remotely.
Touting additional new hardware features to streamline workflow, the SureColor F6370 leverages new roll media adapters to provide support for 2-inch and 3-inch roll media cores and media up to 170 mm. The new roll media adapters lock into place to prevent unwanted roll movement and new built-in cutter for additional convenience, Epson explains. An optional take up reel aids in streamlining roll-to-roll printing and transferring to a rotary calendar heat press.
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