Graphics One launches desktop dye sub kit

February 22, 2019
Introducing the GO SubliMate LS Dye Sublimation Kit Introducing the GO SubliMate LS Dye Sublimation Kit

Graphics One, the distribution arm of Prism Inks, announced the launch of a new letter sized dye sublimation kit named GO SubliMate LS (letter size) for use with the EPSON® ET-2750.

GO SubliMate LS is the first dye sublimation kit developed for the EPSON® ET-2750 and is a follow-on to the very successful launch of GO SubliMate TS (tabloid size) for the EPSON® ET-7750, the first dye sub ink set for desktop printers featuring neon ink. The GO SubliMate LS Kit includes four 140 mls bottles of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black SubliMate Dye Sub ink, GO SubliMate Dye Sub Paper and ICC profiles as a bundle. The list price for the complete kit is only $199.

Amir Ajanee, Managing Partner of AD International, the owner of Graphics One, stated, “Our SubliMate formulation is the only American manufactured desktop dye sub ink developed to work successfully with EPSON’s MicroTFP printhead. In addition to being usable with the EPSON’s® MicroTFP printhead, we offer an 18-month shelf life, outstanding UV light fastness and we believe the highest quality dye sub ink available. This is made possible by our team of world class ink scientists at our research and development labs located at Prism Inks in the middle of the Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, California.”

The GO SubliMate LS Dye Sub Kit is available immediately through the network of Graphics One channel partners.

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