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Sublimation Inks from Sawgrass are stocked and ready to ship.

We carry all Sawgrass SubliJet UHD Sublimation Inks for all of the current and legacy Sawgrass Sublimation Printers including the SG500, SG1000, SG400 & SG800.

These are the best sublimation inks in the industry they are custom made by Sawgrass to match and give you maximum output and color vibrancy for your sublimation printer. We sell sublimation inks for legacy printers Ricoh 3110 and Ricoh 7100. We stock sublimation inks for Sawgrass SG400 and SG800 and for future Sawgrass sublimation printers the SG500 and SG1000. All sublimation inks come packaged individually and easily install into your printer. 

How do you change Sawgrass ink? changing of the ink cartridges is as easy as pull and plug.

Do You use CMYK or RGB when printing with Sawgrass sublimation inks? When printing you want to select printing with RGB to get the best results.

Sawgrass SG500/SG1000 Sublijet Sublimation Inks
Sawgrass sublimation ink is a type of sublimation ink that is specifically designed for use in Sawgrass printers, which are known for their high-quality dye-sublimation printing capabilities. Sawgrass sublimation ink is formulated to produce vibrant, long-lasting colors on a variety of substrates, including fabrics, ceramics, and more.
One of the key features of Sawgrass sublimation ink is its ability to produce consistent and accurate colors, which is essential for producing high-quality prints. Sawgrass sublimation ink is available in a range of colors, including black, cyan, magenta, and yellow,
Sawgrass sublimation ink is typically sold in cartridges that are specifically designed to work with Sawgrass printers, and they are easy to install and replace. The ink is also designed to be fast-drying, which helps to prevent smudging and improve the overall quality of the final print.
Overall, Sawgrass sublimation ink is a popular choice for dye-sublimation printing and is known for its high quality, consistent colors, and ease of use. However, it is important to note that Sawgrass sublimation ink is specifically designed for use with Sawgrass printers, so it may not be compatible with other brands of printers.

Siser EasySubli Ink - SG500/SG1000
Siser Easysubli ink is a type of sublimation ink that is specifically designed to work with Siser EasySubli vinyl. EasySubli vinyl is a special type of heat transfer vinyl that is designed to work with sublimation ink, allowing for vibrant and detailed designs to be transferred onto a range of fabrics, including cotton, polyester, and cotton/poly blends.
Siser Easysubli ink is designed to produce vibrant and accurate colors that are transferred onto the EasySubli vinyl, which is then applied to the fabric using a heat press. The ink is formulated to work with a range of printers, including desktop and wide-format printers, and is available in a range of colors, including black, cyan, magenta, and yellow.
One of the key features of Siser Easysubli ink is its ability to produce crisp and clear images that are highly durable and long-lasting. The ink is also designed to be compatible with a range of transfer papers and is easy to use, even for those who are new to sublimation printing.
Overall, Siser Easysubli ink is a popular choice for those who are looking to create high-quality and vibrant designs on a range of fabrics using sublimation printing. However, it is important to note that Siser Easysubli ink is specifically designed to work with Siser EasySubli vinyl, so it may not be compatible with other types of vinyl or transfer papers. 

SubliJet-HD Sawgrass Virtuoso Sublimation Inks
SubliJet-HD Sawgrass Virtuoso Sublimation Inks a specifically designed for the SG400 and SG800 printers.

Epson SureColor 570/170 140ml Sublimation Inks
Epson sublimation ink is a type of sublimation ink that is designed to be used in Epson printers for dye-sublimation printing. Epson is a well-known and respected brand in the printing industry, and their sublimation ink is known for its high quality and vibrant colors.
Epson sublimation ink is available in a range of colors, including black, cyan, magenta, and yellow, as well as light cyan, light magenta, and other specialty colors. It is specifically formulated to work with Epson printers and is designed to produce high-quality and durable prints on a range of substrates, including fabrics, ceramics, and more.
When using Epson sublimation ink, it is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully to ensure optimal results. This may include using a specific type of transfer paper, setting the printer to the correct temperature and pressure settings, and ensuring that the substrate is clean and free from debris.
Overall, Epson sublimation ink is a popular choice for dye-sublimation printing and is known for its high quality, vibrant colors, and long-lasting results. However, it is important to note that not all Epson printers are compatible with sublimation ink, so it is important to check the manufacturer's specifications before purchasing and using Epson sublimation ink.

FAQ

What is sublimation ink?
Sublimation ink is a type of ink that is used in dye-sublimation printing, a process that involves printing a design onto a special transfer paper and then transferring the design onto a substrate, such as fabric or ceramics, using heat and pressure.
Sublimation ink is unique in that it can convert from a solid to a gas without passing through a liquid phase, a process known as sublimation. When sublimation ink is heated to a high temperature, the ink turns into a gas and is absorbed into the substrate, where it cools and solidifies, creating a permanent and vibrant image.
Sublimation ink is typically used in printers that are specifically designed for dye-sublimation printing, and it is available in a range of colors. Because sublimation ink is absorbed into the substrate, rather than sitting on top of it like traditional inks, it produces high-quality, long-lasting images that are resistant to fading, peeling, and cracking.
Sublimation printing is commonly used for producing high-quality and durable prints on a variety of products, including t-shirts, mugs, mouse pads, phone cases, and more. However, it is important to note that sublimation printing is only suitable for certain types of materials that are capable of absorbing the sublimation ink, and it may not be the best option for all printing needs.

How long does Sublimation ink last in the cartridge?
From the time that we get them from our vendor, these inks should have a 18 month to 2 year expiration date on it. They also last about 6 months after they are installed into your printer.

How long does sublimation ink last once pressed ?
Sublimation prints begin to fade when the fabric begins to fade. 

Can you use sublimation ink on printable vinyl?
Yes you can! Using sublimation ink on Sublimation Vinyl is the best way to use sublimation designs on 100% cotton. We recommend using Frosty Clear 

Is infusible ink the same as sublimation ink?
Yes, infusible ink is Cricuts version of sublimation. Infusible inks are limited to the colors offered by Cricut.

Can you remove sublimation ink once it is pressed?
If sublimation is applied to polyester or other types of polymers, it will become permanent and cannot be undone. Unlike other types of ink, sublimation ink cannot be removed with bleach. However, on cotton fabric, sublimation ink may fade after several washes. On hard surfaces such as poly-coated coffee mugs, sublimation can be reduced with high heat, but the only way to completely eliminate it is by sanding down the coating to reveal the underlying ceramic.

What fabrics does sublimation ink work on?
Sublimations work best with 100% polyester, but they also work great with polyester blends.

Can you use sublimation ink on cotton?
Yes, but they will not be as vibrant or robust as a poly blend. If you need to use cotton we recommend using a sublimation htv or GO FUZE™ Sublimation to Cotton Solution.

Can you mix different brands of sublimation ink in your printer?
It's not recommended to mix sublimation inks from different brands. Each brand of sublimation ink has its own unique formula that is specifically designed to work with their printers and paper. Mixing different brands of sublimation ink can lead to issues with your printer and result in low-quality prints.