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Get into Dye-sub Printing with EPSON’s New Desktop Printer

Dye-sublimation printing creates vibrant colors and durable images through the sublimation process. The combination of inks, transfer paper and a heat press means images won’t scratch, chip or flake when stretched. Now, Epson has made it easier to bring dye-sub printing in-house.

The new Epson SureColor F570 dye-sub transfer printer is the perfect size for desktop transfer printing. It can accommodate rolls up to 24-inch wide and has a 50-sheet capacity feeder. The small footprint means it’s a space saver for any office with limited workspace.

This printer offers a variety of applications from rigid substrates to soft fabrics, including mugs, mousepads, keychains, t-shirts and more. It’s perfect for photographers, souvenir shops or small-business print service providers looking to expand their portfolio with dye-sub printing.

The print driver is easy to use and understand with simple transitions from sheets to rolled goods or rigid to soft substrates. The job accounting tool software tracks ink usage and cost of prints over time, providing an easy way to figure return on investment vs. outsourcing work. Partner with LexJet InFuze transfer papers for additional savings.

If you are interested in learning more about this new printer, contact a LexJet printer specialist at 800-453-9538 or visit LexJet’s Dye-sublimation Page. Don’t forget to register for the EPSON F-Series rewards program and LexJet Edge for additional ways to earn points with your purchases.

A Georgia native, Jen moved to the Sarasota area and started with LexJet in 2008. She's had the opportunity to work in several facets of the company including sales, product management and supply chain. Combining years of experience and knowledge, she writes about new and trending products, customer success stories and innovative industry applications.

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