Reliable Everday Performance
With its low vibration meniscus control, the final product results in a highly accurate dot shape and placement.
The F7200 also has ink repelling coating technology, allowing reduced print head maintenance time.
With the Epson SureColor F7200 Printer, print resolutions up to 1,440 x 720 dpi 8-pass for stunning image quality!
Clarity and sharpness for garment imaging is done through precision dot control.
Advanced Printhead Technology
The Epson team set forth to develop new printhead technology for
dye-sublimation printing. The results were rewarding because of the MicroPiezo® TFP print head
works in conjunction with the Epson F7200 and utilizes the latest advancements in
image printing with unmatched quality.
What is a dye-sublimation printer?
Dye-sublimation printing is a printing process that uses heat to transfer dye onto the desired medium such as cardstocks, paper, various fabrics and even plastics. When printing with a Dye-Sublimation printer such as the EPSON F7200, there's an enormous selection of print applications to transfer designs to. The process is very simple and requires three main ingredients. 1.) Sublimation ink, 2.) Heat and 3.) Pressure. With the right materials and the use of your imagination, the creative possibilities are almost endless!
What can I have my designs transferred to?
Dye-Sublimation printers employ heat to transfer the printed dye onto materials. With the right heat source, the
list of materials that can be printed on is almost endless! Plastics, cardstocks, papers, fabrics and many more mediums are known to
be used with dye-sublimation printing. Some samples are coffee mugs, mousepads and sports jerseys.
However, users are always finding new, innovative mediums to transfer their designs onto. These include ceramic tiles, shoes & other
apparel, business supplies & more!