Absolute Inkjet Launches Sublimation Inks
Allows existing Epson printers to be converted to dye sublimation.
Absolute Inkjet’s new Sublim8 inks are said to allow any Epson wide-format printer (including the SureColor P and T Series) to be converted into dye-sublimation units. The company reports that the inks produce vivid color with good fade resistance, and are supplied in ready-to-use cartridges or in bulk for refillable systems. The company supplies Sublim8 cleaning guides to facilitate the machine changeover, as well as free ICC color profiles.
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