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PAUL GLIONNA wrote: > I purchased the Epson 800 to use with sublimation ink. I used the > factory supplied ink to make some T-shirts. Customer was ecstatic with > finished product, until shirt was washed. She used Tide in cold water, > and turned shirt inside out. I have been using Canon printers for > several years and have never had this problem. I will install > sublimation cartridges for my new mug business, and purchase a Canon > 6000 for my T-shirt business. I have notified my other customers that I > will replace there Epsoned shirts will the longer lasting Canon shirts > within the next few weeks. > > I am really disappointed with Epson ink used for transfer purposes, > hopefully the famous "Epson clogs" won't drive me out of the mug and > sublimation business. > > Paul > Hi Paul, I highly recommend using an Alps printer in MicroDry mode for doing t-shirt transfers. I have some shirts I have washed over 80 times (and even bleached a couple) and they still look very good. (and these are photo quality images) Jax -- Two Moons Designs http://www.twomoonsdesigns.com - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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