How to choose appropriate J-teck sublimation ink for your inkjet printers?
J-Teck sublimation inks are dispersed dyes within an eco-friendly liquid carrier that are printed onto paper. The dispersed dyes are transferred from the paper to a textile creating a vibrant image. J-Teck’s ink formula has made it possible for the dyes to run through high speed print heads without clogging. Sublimation inks have a wide variety of applications, from sports-wear to plastic substrates.
Mainly, J-teck sublimation ink is divided into three kinds, J-Next | J-Cube | J-Eco.
Made with J-Teck’s exclusive Cluster Technology that encapsulates the chaotic ink molecules for stabilization which yields greater printability in today’s high speed printers.
J-Next Subly JXS-65:
To lower your total per square foot cost, combine J-NEXT Xtra colors with light weight paper. Xtra is a higher concentration of our regular ink that allows you to reduce the ink limit while at the same time saving on thinner paper.
Ricoh Print Heads
Officially approved by Ricoh. Newer printers are offering higher capacity Ricoh print head technology. Cube RF40 meets the demands of fluidity, stabilization and drying time.
Kyocera Print Heads
High volume Kyocera print head technology is the latest breakthrough for mass production in Sublimation. J-Teck has the only ink that maintains moisture in the print head along with fast drying on the paper. Click here to see our videos showing print speeds of 2000 SqFt (190m2) per hour on these printers.
J-Eco Flag Nano for those who print on paper and also print direct to fabric. This sublimation ink has all the transfer characteristics of our J-Eco Subly Nano, but is specially formulated to have a deeper penetration when printed directly on to polyester or mixed synthetic fabrics used for flags, banners and textile applications.
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