Epson has announced a new direct-to-garment printer, capable of making high-quality full colour prints on a range of items including t-shirts, sweatshirts, polo shirts and tote bags. The SureColor SC-F2100 will replace the existing SC-F2000 model, and offers a host of enhancements and new features including improved speed and reliability, lower targeted TCO and the ability to create your own print designs using Epson’s Garment Creator software.
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Seiko Epson Corporation will invest approximately 16 billion yen to build a new building (named Innovation Centre Building B) on the campus of its Hirooka Office, in the city of Shiojiri in Nagano, Japan. The new building, which will house a factory for prototyping and volume-producing large commercial and industrial printing systems and a test laboratory for digital textile printing, is part of Epson's mid-term plans to grow its printing solutions business.
Running from 28 October to 23 November 2017 at The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore-based French photographer, Jose Jeuland is showcasing his first ever photography exhibition on Haenyo, female divers from Jeju Island, South Korea. Epson Singapore is the official print sponsor by supporting the exhibition with its commercial and industrial photo graphic production printer to create stunning professional quality prints.