These are the reasons why Epson’s Easy-to-Use Digital Textile Printers are ideal for building business

As we know it, the far-reaching consequences of the pandemic have changed life, and as the economy moved online, entrepreneurs are discovering in the modern world more innovative ways to earn. It creates opportunities to earn in the same way that technology allows connectivity and keeps companies going.

In digital textile printing, one such potential can be found. The textile industry continues to grow, and it is increasingly becoming a business advantage to be able to produce custom printed textiles and short fashion runs.

Epson provides a range of digital textile printers that allow users to use vivid and eye-catching colours to create and manufacture custom fabrics on a scale of high precision and improved reliability.

Here are some of the reasons why custom textile printing with Epson’s easy-to-use Digital Textile Printers might be the perfect business idea for you:

Advanced Printing Quality
Buyers are on the lookout for quality in any purchase they make. Printing garments digitally delivers an outstanding level of colour and quality that is ideal when it comes to consistently reproducing complex designs with accurate colours, including refined gradients, in every print.

Quick and Efficient Production
Digital textile printers offer significantly short production turnaround, giving you every opportunity to maximise what comes your way and avoid any long and costly production delays. These printers are fast, reliable, and time-saving for any business.

Very Flexible to Customer Demands
It’s always about what is convenient, quick, and easy. Keep up with the evolving trends and demands of customers with the ability to produce short runs and print-on-demand services with minimal downtime. Cater to the needs of your audiences by knowing what they want, when they want it, and how they want it done.

Low Environmental Impact
Everyone is becoming more conscious about their impact on the environment, which also applies to setting up businesses and making sure it is sustainable in the long run. Good thing digital printing provides significant reductions in both water and electricity consumption compared to traditional fabric printing. Epson’s digital textile printers allow businesses to stay productive and profitable while caring for the environment.

Reduced Production Costs
All entrepreneurs are on the lookout for cost-effective solutions that can save them money but offer the best quality output for their businesses. With Epson’s digital textile printers, you can take control of your production timeline and costs by producing quality designs in-house, eliminating expensive third-party printing fees.

In comparison to other producers, the Epson benefit is “in the details,” so that each product helps enterprises become more cost-effective, cost-effective, and efficient while saving the environment.

For small and medium enterprises, both direct-to-garment (DTG) and dye sublimation printing are cost-effective choices. Direct-to-garment printing is similar to printing on paper using an inkjet printer, except that you print directly on cotton-based fabric using special water-based inks that absorb the fabric, enabling you to do small print runs at an affordable price.

Epson SC-F530
Epson SC-F6330

If you are looking for more types of application options for printing, dye sublimation may just be a perfect choice. You can print personalized clothing easily with dye sublimation, as you can monitor any part of the fabric on which you print. For those who need custom sportswear and accessories, printed face masks, customized mugs or cases for smartphones and the like, this is great. Although it needs more steps, dye sublimation is suitable for entrepreneurs who want to take a notch over DTG printing with the specifics of designs.

Epson’s F-series textile printers are powered by PrecisionCoreTM printhead technology to optimize the process of dye sublimation and direct-to-garment printing, allowing for quick, high-quality, and reliable printing on fabric.


Our F-Series direct-to-garment and dye-sublimation textile printers are designed for performance and purposed for affordability. Digital textile printing presents no limitation to creativity, and with Epson’s comprehensive range of digital textile printers, businesses and designers have the creative freedom to print anything imaginable on fabric in-house and whenever they need it,” explains Eduardo Bonoan, Head of Marketing, Epson Philippines.

The Epson SureColour SC-F2130 Direct-to-Garment textile printer, in particular, allows imagination through excellent output as it allows users to print on cotton fabric directly. Equipped with PrecisionCore technology and an automatic maintenance design, this textile printer is simple to use, quickly prints, and without compromising quality, increases your overall production ability.

On the other hand, it is recommended to consider dye-sublimation textile printers for more complex design printing in order to be able to meet the demands of your customers without the added time and expense to your business. For example, combined with Epson’s UltraChrome Dye Sublimation Inks, the SureColour F530 series is developed and designed to provide users with ease of use and outstanding performance while maintaining outstanding print quality. In this series, you can choose between two models: the SureColour SC-F530 with Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black inks, or the SureColour SC-F531 with Cyan, Fluorescent Pink, Fluorescent Yellow and Black inks for a wider range of applications.

Epson’s SureColour SC-F6330 Dye-Sublimation textile printer, which is optimized for efficiency and affordability, may be another choice. This 44-inch dye-sublimation printer is suitable for short-volume custom clothing using polyester fabric and is extremely reliable for sheet-based production as it includes some of the latest developments in printing technology that provides an incredible output at reasonable running costs.

Tito Raffy

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