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Perfect Colours expands Epson offering

Perfect Colours expands Epson offering

Perfect Colours has extended its relationship with Epson following the addition of the SureColor F series of textile printers to its product portfolio, which the south-east London-based reseller will sell to sign and print companies operating throughout the UK.


With a foundation similar to the popular SureColor SC-S series for solvent-based production, the F series provides an accessible, yet powerful, entry point for those working in the area of fabric decoration, whether for soft signage, promotional, sportwear and garment decoration applications. Both established sign and display houses looking to expand their offering and new entrants with specific application ideas will be able to benefit from the full introductory training courseoffered by  PerfectColours, thus helping them to successfully navigate the textile learning curve.

Commenting on this new development, Jon Telling, Perfect Colours’ Sales Director, said:”Our experience with Epson technologies, including the latest wave of PrecisionCore TFP print-head technology, and our support-led approach make this a natural extension for both us and our customers. It’s also a consistent evolution in the relationship between Perfect Colours and Epson and recognises the active part we play in promoting key technologies to businesses in the trade.”

The SureColor SC-F series, which is currently on tour with Perfect Colours in its country-wide road show, comprises two models; the  SC-F6000, an entry-level 44″ (1.11m) high-speed version, and the SC-F7100, a more production focused64″ (1.63m) model. Each features single-operator media loading and an ink refill system, which uses one-litre pouches for low maintenance and long print runs. The SC-F6000 is based on the popular Epson SureColor SC-T7000, while the SC-F7100 benefits from the technological developments presented in the SureColor SC-S series.

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