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6 X 100ml Anti-UV Sublimation Ink for Epson Refillable Cartridges, CISS/Heat Transfer (42"+)

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6 X 100ml Anti-UV Sublimation Ink for Epson Refillable Cartridges, CISS/Heat Transfer (42"+)

These are PrintPayLess ® Brand, 6 bottles (100ml/bottle) of UV Resistant Sublimation Ink. They are specially formulated for Epson, not universal ink. Premium printing quality with vivid colors. They can be used in refilling Continuous Ink Supply System (CISS/CIS), Refillable ink cartridges for heat transfer.
They are Brand new, manufacturer sealed. Each bottle contains 100 ml of ink in the following colors: Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Light Cyan, and Light Magenta.

If you do have software for creating ICC profile, you can use the software to create your own profile for your printer. However, no ICC profile is needed. All you need to do is to set up your printer's setting as default from the printer manufacturer. For 42" and larger printer use. They can be used in Epson printers, and printers use Epson print heads.

  • Quantity: 600 ml ink.
  • Volume: 100 ml (3.3 oz)/bottle.
  • Ink Type: Specially formulated UV resistant sublimation Ink for Epson; not universal ink.
  • Color type: Black, Magenta, Yellow, Cyan, Light Magenta, Light Cyan.
  • Shelf life: 12 months.
Why PrintPayLess ® Refill Ink:
  • High Quality: Manufactured by ISO 9001:2000 Certified Factory.
  • Premium Ink: Specially formulated for each brand; not universal ink.
  • Compatibility: 100% compatible with original ink cartridges/ Printers.
  • Save Cost: Saving 90% of the cost compare with buying OEM cartridges.
  • Easy Refill: Special designed ink bottles make refill Supper EASY, NO MESS!
Compatible with Printers:
  • For 42" and larger printer use. They can be used in Epson printers, and printers use Epson print heads.
5 Star Services:
  • Orders usually are shipped out within 1 business day after the payment is received.
  • We ship to a confirmed address only; and tracking number is available.
  • Our goal is to exceed your expectation. We provide 30 days money back guarantee.

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  1. Quality product, excellent price 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Jul 2017

    Received in a timely manner, was able to refill cartridges with minimal mess and was extremely pleased with vivid colors and clarity that exceeded the other ink I was using by a mile. Reds that are actually red and deep forest greens are the bookends to an ink product that gives amazing results.

  2. work great 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Apr 2017

    Works perfect, Ive just started learning and these products seem to work great

  3. I wouldn't call it an Off Brand 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Mar 2017

    I have used other "name" brand inks for dye sublimation and I get just as good if not better imaging from this "off" brand I put it in quotes because it is a Name Brand it is Print Payless brand and it f**KING ROCKS for less than 1/2 the cost of other Name Brands!

  4. Best in the biz 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Apr 2016

    I used other dye sub inks for years and paid way too much for the ink and the damage incurred to my printers. PrintPayLess is all I use now. No printer problems...colors are vibrant...with deep rich blacks. I use an Artisan 1430. Thanks for a great ink product.

  5. Thumns up! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Mar 2016

    I've ordered before. Good deal!!

  6. Excellent quality and service 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jun 2015

    As a experienced sublimation printer, Print Pay Less inks are the best. No clogging, no fade, easy to use applicator, and vibrant color.

  7. BEST SUB INK PERIOD!!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th May 2015

    I purchased this ink formy epson artisan 1430 printer. The previous ink that I used came from an unknown supplier in Canada who is no longer selling. I thought that his ink was pretty decent for an off brand. After finding that I could not order his brand, I started shopping. I picked up a batch of ink from Ciss but their ink was pretty shitty :/ Their paper was even worse! As soon as I took out a sheet of 8'5*11 from their pack, that shit curled up so fast that I could not even feed one sheet through my printer without it getting jammed. Tech support solution was to bend the paper back so that it would hopefully curl straight when the air hit it (wtf?)
    Anyways, back to PrintPayless's ink...
    Absolutely amazing results! My colors are vibrant. The quality is repeated on every piece. I feared that I would have to give in and buy the sawgrass or Bowl of Cherries. However, Printpayless saved me hundres upon hundreds of dollars! Another thing I noticed is that this ink requires far less heat time to get the color to release fully onto the substrates. This means less burnt items and less faded edges. This ink is superb!

  8. So Far, So Great! - Review for SKU 100SUB-6 (6 X 100ml Anti-UV Sublimation Ink) 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jun 2014

    Having worked extensively with virtually every supported desktop or wide format printer and most major brands of sublimation inks on the market over the last ten years, I was often warned by other insiders that "you get what you pay for" when it comes to 3rd party dye sub inks designed for piezo inkjet printers. This meant, of course, that sublimation users should pay the astronomical fees charged for the well-known brands or they'd get shoddy results. Well, dismissing the marketing spiels, I purchased six 100 ml bottle of the PrintPayLess brand of Anti-UV Sublimation inks for printers over 42 inches. They arrived in record time and in perfect condition (e.g. no leaks or spillage). After performing the initial steps necessary when using sublimation inks in an Epson printer, I was floored by the subsequent results! The resulting colors are spot on across the board (even the reds and blues), the graphics are rich and vibrant, and - best of all - my cost per print is literally pennies on the dollar when compared to using major brand inks. I will be purchasing more of these inks in the future.

    It's all in the set-up, and you can not expect accurate color results if you don't first perform the necessary procedures to get your sublimation printer and software ready to work with sublimation inks. For those who are just getting started, you will set up the PrintPayLess (PPL) inks the same way you do with the major brands: (1) Shake each of the six bottles for a couple minutes then let them rest for 20 minutes or so to allow any bubbles to dissipate; (2) Next, fill your CIS or refillable carts with the sublimation inks. The tapered nozzles on the PPL ink bottles made filling a breeze and didn't require the use of syringes; (3) Install the sublimation ink filled carts or the CIS system in your Epson printer and perform two to three head cleaning cycles to purge any remaining OEM inks. Afterward, allow the printer to sit for 15-20 minutes before doing your first nozzle check; (4) Install an ICC profile written for a major brand ink with the same color configuration [I used the profile for another "UV Plus" brand of inks written for my printer which can be found with an internet search]. (5) Adjust your color management settings accordingly within CorelDRAW or PhotoShop. This means working in an "RGB" exclusive environment, choosing a "Perceptual" output and pointing your software toward the installed sublimation ICC profile whenever you print through the dye sub printer. Again, you can find instructions for these steps with an internet search. (6) Change the default "Printing Preferences" on your Epson printer driver to account for these specialty inks [Go to Devices & Printers, right click the sublimation printer icon, choose "Printing Preferences." Then, under the Advanced settings, select "Presentation Paper Matte" for the paper type, "Photo" output for quality, "ICM" color management with the OFF button selected for "No Color Management," then "High Speed" and "Edge Smoothing"]; (7) Finally, print out a mirrored default RGB color palette on sublimation-specific paper (specialty print surface which won't trap the dyes) and press the print to bright-white, 100% polyester fabric with a smooth surface (390 degrees F for 45 seconds) or a hard substrate specifically coated for sublimation (400 degrees F for 60 seconds on coated metals, FR plastics or wood-base products).

    Be careful when you first open your ink bottles. There is a small foil cap over the opening of each bottle, and they aren't easy to remove - even with a razor blade. You want to make sure not to drop any little pieces of foil into the ink bottle when you remove the seals (which can then accidentally wind up in your carts or CIS). Next time around, I will probably just punch a single, wide hole into the center of each foil cap with an awl or nail rather than try to remove all the glued-on foiling. When not refilling, store your bottles in a dark cabinet within an air conditioned environment with the caps screwed on tightly. Before refilling your carts (which can be done without removing them from the printer) or CIS, repeat Step 01 above.

    You can't expect too many extras for the cost of the PrintPayLess ink - there are no available ICC profiles or in-depth color management instructions. Again, however, you can use readily-available profiles and instructions provided by major brand manufacturers. While my Magenta channel seems to drop readily (just as channel colors do with all major brands), it's nothing that can't be fixed quickly by simply printing a small magenta-filled block to purge the channel (or whichever color might be clogged) before I print my customer graphics. Besides, it's a good idea to do a nozzle check or test print daily (especially if you're in a dry working environment), and the cost is nominal to do so with the PrintPayLess inks compared to expensive major brands. If you use a wide format printer, a liter of major brand ink will cost you at least $200 per liter per channel color. For desktop sublimation printers, the cost is much, much greater when using the major brands. For example, if you use an Epson Stylus Photo 1400 printer for sublimation printing, each 14 ml pre-filled cartridge costs more than $80 (over $480 for one set!) and at least $140 per color for 90ml CIS bags of ink ($840 for six bags and over $100 for the CIS). Do the math ...

    If the proof lies in the quality of the print, then color me impressed!

  9. Works Great, No Problems 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th May 2014

    Was a little skeptical buying off brand ink, but am now a convert. This is my 2nd order, no problems, fast shipping, good pricing!

  10. Great product at a great price 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Apr 2014

    This is my second purchase from PrintPayless and is a reorder of sublimation ink. My order arrived quickly. The ink produces a wonderful product and is at a great price.

  11. Stunned and very happy 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th May 2013

    I've been doing dye-sub now for over ten years and I think I'm pretty good at it. I have spent a fortune on ink and printers. PrintPayLess dye-sub inks print beautifully. No clogs in my printer (Epson 1400). No wasted ink doing nozzle cleanings all the time. Great product...great price. Adios Sawgrass.

  12. Good Ink, great price! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th May 2013

    Really like the Ink. It shows strong colors on my tiles. I put an inked tile in the sun half covered (and dated) months ago to see the fading effect. No change so far.
    Tiled my risers on my stairs a year and a half ago, still has bright color color, no fading.
    Haven't had a problem with ink clogging my printer, but I've found the trick for most Inks not to clog is keep printer on all the time.

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