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    ciss system help

    we have a Epson sx215 the question is weve found the ciss system for it but the ink it comes with can we use on transfers etc

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Compatible...CnnGFGQ9iNwteA

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    That particular seller is selling dye based inks, which are fine for everyday printing.

    We use Epson durabrite ink for transfer printing, which is a pigment ink.

    When printed onto a garment, the dye based inks tend to fade very much more quickly when the garment is washed than pigment based inks, thus you're better off using a pigment ink.

    Unless anyone knows better :-)

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    I'm guess that the correct stuff to use on transfers ( sublimation )

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    Hi,
    Yes you can use on transfers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hannahvidler View Post
    I'm guess that the correct stuff to use on transfers ( sublimation )
    I think that is dependent upon which transfer papers you are using - not all are compatible, so you need to check each type before using it...

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