Epson has launched the SureColor F9360, the company’s latest wide-format dye sublimation printer, printing at 1.6m and offering CMYK print.
Avinash Patel, business development manager for Professional Print at Epson, says, “This new addition to the family, a successor to the F9200, has dual heads, which give it the clear speed advantage. Other advantages include a wider colour gamut, greater speed and lower running costs.”
For two pass printing, and high-quality, the SureColor F9360 will do 60sqm/hr. For higher productivity, it can do one-pass production at 108sqm/h.
Epson has aimed the printer at signage and print companies with high volume needs across fabric, soft signage, and personalisation. It says that for custom and branded products, the printer offers great flexibility. Applications include coasters, stubby holders, plastics, novelty items, thongs, mugs. Other possibilities include print-for-pay advertising for billboards and signs.
Patel adds, “We can take orders for the Epson Surecolor F9360 now. Anyone interested can contact me on 09 366 6855, 021 645 623, or email firstname.lastname@example.org”