UniNet Releases a New Sublimation Transfer Printer

uniNet-sublimation-printersThe year is full of new creation and innovation, making every day work much easier to do, and sublimation printer is not an exception. Taken in the Long Beach California, UniNet sublimation printers has finally arrived. The line-up of UniNet sublimation printer has been added after it released its new iColor 350, exclusively made for dye sublimation.

The components of the said printer are different from the earlier sublimation printers. With its exclusivity, it uses a specifically formulated dye sublimation toner that gives a high-quality result, with more vibrant color and more durable prints.

To make matters more interesting, UniNet sublimation printers’ iColor 350 uses a method of heat transfer. The one-step process can be applied to an array of white, ceramics, acrylic, metal, and polyester-based textiles.

With the new system of sublimation printing, it puts aside the issues of standard ink in dye sublimation such as ink print head clean-up, preparation of ink system, and all its maintenance. Not only that, the new digital transfer printer has something that an inkjet solution does not have. It does have a longer expiry date in terms of its toner, making it an advantage for sublimation printer users. Now with its feature, it can provide higher yield prints and faster printing system that can lead to more efficient and productive result. It paves the way for a new sublimation process and a benchmark for another exciting product. The new iColor 350 was launched at the ISS Long Beach 2019 on January 18 to 20.

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