To Be Perfectly Clear About DTG

Just in case my post yesterday wasn’t clear, the Epson SureColor F2000 is the one and only choice for anyone considering a direct-to-garment printer. We wouldn’t have agreed to work with Epson to promote this technology if we didn’t truly believe this is the best direct-to-garment printer for our customers. As Mark

Mark Radogna of Epson describes the benefits of the Epson SureColor F2000 at the Stahls' Welcome Breakfast at the Long Beach ISS Show.

Mark Radogna of Epson describes the benefits of the Epson SureColor F2000 at the Stahls’ Welcome Breakfast at the Long Beach ISS Show.

Radogna, Group Manager of Commercial Imaging at Epson mentioned when he spoke at our Welcome Breakfast at the ISS Long Beach, “This is not a paper printer that has been re-purposed for garment printing.” The SureColor was built from the ground up with technology specifically designed for garment decorating. Epson has been working on the technology for over 3 years and we here at Stahls’ have been testing it for many months. It is bullet-proof when it comes to quality of print, performance, reliability and ease of use. And this was once again proven to me several times over during the Long Beach ISS Show.

The Proof is in the Output

We had several customers bring their own, highly detailed artwork on flash drives to the show. They brought the drives to see which of the DTG printers being demonstrated at the show could best print their art. We are happy to report that in side by side comparison tests, performed by our customers, the Epson SureColor produced the best results in the shortest length of time. “We were able to upload and output a design in minutes that took almost 3 hours with a different DTG printer,” according to Jason Murphy. I saw it with my own eyes as well.

The shirt on the left was printed with the Epson SureColor, The same artwork, same file, was printed with a different DTG printer. There's really no comparison.

The shirt on the left was printed with the Epson SureColor, The same artwork, same file, was printed with a different DTG printer. There’s really no comparison.

This highly detailed artwork was printed with the Epson SureColor F2000 and the artist couldn't wait to share the news.

This highly detailed artwork was printed with the Epson SureColor F2000 and the artist couldn’t wait to share the news.

Jason Murphy with a happy artist who saw and understood the quality difference between the Epson SureColor and another DTG printer.

Jason Murphy with a happy artist who saw and understood the quality difference between the Epson SureColor and another DTG printer.

Over and over we heard from people who were DTG comparison shopping at the show. They couldn’t believe the differences in print quality. We know some people are saying they want to wait for the next generation. However many others know a good thing when they see it.  Many “early adapters” have already paid their deposits and have a place on the waiting list (Delivery expected in March). We know this printer works and we know that your customers have a need for full color logos. For some it’s as simple as seeing it in action.

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