• DTF Printhead - Epson i3200-A1,  | Manutech-Print
  • DTF Printhead - Epson i3200-A1,  | Manutech-Print
  • DTF Printhead - Epson i3200-A1,  | Manutech-Print
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DTF Printhead | Epson i3200-A1

  • Reference: I3200-A1

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Epson i3200-A1 DTF printhead . Choice: New product or Refurbished.


DTF or Direct-to-Film printing has recently revolutionised the textile personalisation market. The Epson i3200-A1 DTF printhead remains a sensitive and essential component. It allows you to undoubtedly gain high-quality prints. The Epson i3200-A1 Water is a series of economical 1.33 inch wide MEM heads. 

It offers excellent productivity as well as exceptional image quality, with a high-density resolution of 600 dpi. Designed specifically for DTF inks, this Epson i3200 printhead is compatible with the majority of large format DTF printers.

How do Epson i3200 printheads for DTF printer clog?

Several factors can clog Epson i3200 printheads for DTF printers. Mediocre quality or expired ink can cause clogs, as can inappropriate printhead maintenance. Irregular use of the large format DTF printer can also cause clogging issues. 

In addition, an unsuitable environment, characterised by unsuitable temperature and/or humidity, can affect the proper functioning of the printhead. 

In rare cases, a component or manufacturing issue with the i3200 A1 printhead may also be the cause of the clog. A defective wiper or capping station can also lead to blockages.

DTF printers compatible with remanufactured i3200 printheads.

The i3200 printheads for DTF are compatible with a wide range of DTF printers including:

  • Oric DTF printing line ;
  • Haiya textile printer ;
  • Audley DTF Printer ;
  • Mycolor ;

Manufacturers like Fedar, DTF Pro, DTF Superstore, Mongoose, Binterjet or Kingjet.

Difference between a refurbished i3200 printhead DTF printhead and a new printhead?

It is important to consider that refurbishing a printhead don't transform it into a new DTF spare part. However, this refurbishment process can extend the life of a large format DTF printer at approximately 30% less cost than a new printhead.

Epson DTF i3200 printhead refurbishment process.

On Manutech-Print, we also offer reconditioned printheads for DTF large format printers. The refurbishment process includes several steps, like cyclical cleaning, replacement of parts if necessary and multiple tests to ensure the nozzles are completely clear. 

A maintenance tank using an extremely powerful liquid is used to unclog the digital printing ink. Steps include continuous circulation of the powerful solution, filtration of residual ink, use of ultrasound and regular nozzle testing. 

Once the refurbishment is complete, a final test is performed, followed by thorough cleaning to remove all ink before shipping.

Specifications of printheads for DTF printing, Epson i3200-A1.

  • Ink type: Aqueous, water-based DTF ink
  • Type : PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead
  • Width x Depth x Height: 69.1 x 59.4 x 35.6 mm
  • Weight : 82g
  • Number of nozzle : 3200
  • Nozzle pitch/nozzle row : 1/300 inch
  • Nozzle rows: 8 rows
  • Nozzle Resolution : 300 noi/row 600 n pi/2 rows
  • Max. number of colour inks : 4 colours
  • Effective print width : 33.8 mm
  • Droplet ejection performance :
  • Binary : 6 plat 43.2 kHz
  • 3 levels greyscale : 6.3, 12.3 pl at 21.6 kHz
  • 4 levels greyscale 3.8,5.5, 8.7 pl at 21.6 kHz
  • Viscosity range : 3-4 mPa·s

How much does an Epson i3200-A1 DTF printhead cost ?

The reasonable price of a refurbished Epson i3200-A1 printhead is usually around 30% to 40% lower than a new printhead.

By using the Epson i3200 printhead for DTF printing, you can enjoy high print quality and increased productivity. Be sure to maintain your printhead regularly, typically following the maintenance guidelines to prevent clogs. Should the need arise, refurbishing a printhead can offer a cost-effective solution to extending the life of your DTF printer?