Coordinated design, tableware, cutlery, vases and tables with the help of technology sublimation printing Epson SureColor SC F6200 delivers new capabilities enabling business interior designers.
Epson at the fair Heimtextil (12 to 15 January at the Frankfurt Motor Show, booth E15, Hall 4.0) and is able to power the latest sublimation inkjet printer series SureColor. These printers can print on a variety of household items, in the highest quality, fully adapted to the needs of users. Random vases, pots, cups, coasters, and cutlery, specially produced for the fair London design studio Blooming Bryony, according to interior designers and household goods, and manufacturers and retailers can easily and conveniently diversify their products.
Features of the Epson SureColor SC F6200 specs
Printers Epson SureColor allows complete flexibility of production of small or medium-sized quantities of products for interiors. Household products that Epson is at its booth are produced in a reliable and easy-to-use 44-inch printer Epson SureColor SC F6200, in cooperation with SubliTec, specializing in 3D sublimation printing. Also presented were able to print on panels ChromaLuxe, the table surface, coasters and metal trays, scratch resistant and attractive design. These samples will be exposed as a supplement to a series of applications for textiles and furniture to show the possibilities of a coordinated design with the help of Epson’s inkjet technology.
The potential choices and adjustments decor is growing in the business of interior design, and Epson sublimation printing offers various possibilities of producing compelling products. Increases the choice of materials that can be sublimation printing and is the product range increasing. Designers, manufacturers, and retailers can, therefore, open up new parts of the market and expand its business.
Otherwise, trays printed on Epson’s inkjet technology (pictured above) were designed by the London studio Blooming Bryony.