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Road to Sublimation Success: First Look: Epson’s 24-inch SureColor F570 Sublimation Printer

Road to Sublimation Success: First Look: Epson’s 24-inch SureColor F570 Sublimation Printer
For the last 20-plus years, inkjet-style printers have been responsible for producing the vast majority of sublimation transfers. Did you know that for many of those years, digital decorators had to purchase standard, off-the-shelf Epson inkjet printers (or a brand that used Epson’s print head technology) and then retrofit them with aftermarket sublimation inks and paper?

Although sometimes a hassle, this was simply what decorators had to do to convert the units from standard office printers to something they weren’t intended to be: specialized sublimation printers. As you can imagine, Epson and other printer manufacturers began to notice this popular digital decorating trend and wanted in on the action.

Eliminating the piecemeal approach, Epson introduced its SureColor F-Series family of turnkey wide-format sublimation printers (44- and 64-inch media widths) along with its own specialized sublimation ink and media. Later, Ricoh and Sawgrass began producing their Virtuoso family of turnkey desktop sublimation printers (8 1/2- and 13-inch media widths) along with their own specialized gel sublimation ink. Now, Epson has taken everything it knows about printers, print heads, and ink and built the newest and smallest member of the F-Series family: the SureColor F570. Let’s take a quick spin with this new printer.

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