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Old July 28th, 2020 Jul 28, 2020 11:44:36 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hello! I have two epson printers. One is a f2100 and the other is a f2000. When I open garment creator it only shows the f2100 in the printer destination drop down bar. I try to configure the f2000 but it just wont show up. How do I get both printers on garment creator? Please help!!
 
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Default Re: Adding additional printer to garment creator

Hello

You can only run one machine per Garment Creator. The best work around will be hot folders.

If you visit the Epson website and download "Garment Creator Easy Print System"

Once installed there is a help tab with a manual on how to set it up.

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Hello! I have two epson printers. One is a f2100 and the other is a f2000. When I open garment creator it only shows the f2100 in the printer destination drop down bar. I try to configure the f2000 but it just wont show up. How do I get both printers on garment creator? Please help!!
 
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Default Re: Adding additional printer to garment creator

Thanks but you actually can. I have had 7 printers at once on one single garment creator being able to send and print on all at the same time. I'm thinking of reinstalling the communication driver and checking the hub that they're on.
 
 
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Default Re: Adding additional printer to garment creator

Well actually it seems that you are both correct. The Hot Folders set up is used in conjunction with Garment Creator Easy Print System.

Garment Creator Easy Print System

From the Epson website:

Doing routine printing easily (hot folders) - What is a hot folder?

If you frequently print using your own print settings and Layout Settings, it helps to use hot folders. By simply copying the image file to a hot folder, you can create print jobs and have the job sent automatically to a specified printer.


Just copy an image file to a hot folder to finish the job in one step, without having to use this software to do print settings and Layout Settings to create jobs and send them every time.

See the Garment Creator Easy Print System online help for more details about how to create and use hot folders. Garment Creator Easy Print System must be installed to use hot folders.

Garment Creator Easy Print System is software made for Windows. Install Garment Creator Easy Print System to a computer on which this software is installed.


Here is a link to the official Epson F2100 user manual that covers this:
https://download.epson-europe.com/pu...on632116eu.pdf

You can set your Epson DTGs up on a network. Here is where you can find the official Epson guide on how to do so.
https://epson.com/Support/Printers/S...2100WE#manuals

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