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Epson has announced several new printheads alongside a new willingness to partner with OEMs in both graphics and industrial printing. Duncan Ferguson, executive director for Epson's Professional Printing and Robotics division in Europe. The new heads include the S3200, which Epson itself has used but is only now making available to OEMs. At its heart is a PrecisionCore MicroTFP (Thin Film Piezo) chip, which has two rows of 400 nozzles, 800 in total, at a rate of 600 nozzles per inch on a 33.8mm line. This produces drop sizes from 1.5 to 32.5 picolitres, on a 50KHz frequency. Epson uses...

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epson, textile printers -

Epson has introduced two new textile printers, with a new, higher volume direct-to-garment printer, the SC-F3000 and the latest addition to its wide format series in the shape of the SC-F9400, which includes a variation that takes fluorescent inks. Epson has developed this SureColor F3000 direct to garment printer for mid-volume users. The SureColor F3000 builds on Epson’s existing desktop DtG printers but is a much bigger, more industrial machine aimed at mid/large garment production businesses and t-shirt suppliers, and as such should be seen as a direct competitor to Ricoh’s Ri6000. It comes with a bulk ink supply system...

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A few weeks ago, whilst in Japan, I met with Minoru Usui, president and CEO of Epson, who has largely been responsible for overseeing the development of the company’s thin-film micro piezo printheads, including the latest generation PrecisionCore heads. Minoru Usui, president, and CEO of Seiko Epson Corporation holding a PrecisionCore print bar. Epson’s corporate headquarters is at Suwa, Nagano, which is roughly a three-hour train journey northwest from Tokyo. It’s high up in a mountainous region, 700 meters above sea level, with a scattering of snow on the ground, and stepping out of the train station, the air immediately...

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epson, new heads -

Epson has announced several new printheads alongside a new willingness to partner with OEMs in both graphics and industrial printing. The new heads include the S3200, which Epson itself has used but is only now making available to OEMs. At its heart is a PrecisionCore MicroTFP (Thin Film Piezo) chip, which has two rows of 400 nozzles, 800 in total, at a rate of 600 nozzles per inch on a 33.8mm line. This produces drop sizes from 1.5 to 32.5 picolitres, on a 50KHz frequency. Epson uses these chips as the raw building blocks to construct each printhead. So the...

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