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DYE SUBLIMATION INK



Mutoh, Mimaki, Roland, epson
dye sublimation ink

It is 100% compatible with Epson Head(Mutoh, Mimaki, Roland) without any harmful smell. The strong points of our ink are as belows ; 1. Bright and intense colors allow to obtain a wide color gamut during the profiling phase 2. Optical ink fluidity and print ability through new type of Epson piezo heads 3. Fast drying on substrates dedicated to transfer 4. Excellent fastness properties 5. Excellent release on paper and image definition after transfer 6. No smell & head clogging 7. Deep Black color 8. High Transfer Ratio


 

Dye sublimation ink is a type of ink used in the dye sublimation printing process. This ink is unique because it has the ability to sublimate, meaning it transitions from a solid directly into a gas when heated, bypassing the liquid phase. This process allows the ink to bond with polyester fabrics and polymer-coated substrates, resulting in vibrant and durable prints. Here are some key characteristics and uses of dye sublimation ink:

  1. Color Vibrancy: Dye sublimation ink is known for producing highly vibrant and vivid colors. The sublimation process allows the ink to penetrate the surface of the material and become a part of it, resulting in sharp and long-lasting images.

  2. Durability: Sublimation prints are resistant to fading, cracking, and peeling because the ink becomes embedded within the material. This makes them ideal for applications where durability is essential, such as sportswear and outdoor signage.

  3. Wide Range of Applications: Dye sublimation printing is used in various applications, including custom apparel (e.g., sports jerseys, T-shirts), promotional products (e.g., mugs, mousepads), interior décor (e.g., curtains, pillows), signage, and personalized gifts.

  4. Compatible Materials: Dye sublimation ink is most effective when used on polyester fabrics and materials with a polymer coating. The ink bonds best with these surfaces.

  5. Transfer Process: The dye sublimation process involves printing a design onto special sublimation paper using sublimation ink. The paper is then placed in contact with the target material, and heat and pressure are applied using a heat press. The ink on the paper sublimates into a gas, which permeates the material and solidifies, creating the final image.

  6. Sublimation Printers: To use dye sublimation ink, you need a compatible sublimation printer designed to control temperature and pressure accurately for the sublimation process.

  7. Environmental Considerations: Dye sublimation ink is considered more environmentally friendly than some other printing methods because it produces minimal waste (no excess ink or toner) and often uses water-based inks.

  8. Cost Considerations: While dye sublimation printing offers excellent color quality and durability, it can be more expensive than other printing methods due to the specialized equipment and consumables required.

Dye sublimation ink is popular in the production of custom and personalized items due to its ability to create high-quality, full-color designs with exceptional durability. It is commonly used by businesses that offer custom printing services and by hobbyists who want to create their own customized products.

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