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Posted by: seannooo (---.lv.lv.cox.net)
Date: August 13, 2007 12:19PM

I am new to the biz and have a question. I have been working with vinyl for a year, but want to break into the heat transfer market. I cannot seem to find an inkjet prnter that has ink that wont bleed when washed. I purchase an epson 1280 with a bulk ink system that was "supposed to be the best" that was a crock! it always clogs the print heads and the ink bleeds when whashed. So here is my question:

Does anybody know of an inkjet printer that uses ink that won't bleed when washed? Some have reccomended the epson 4800 pro. ( it is a bit out of the budget though) If I have to spend the money I want to be sure it is the right product.I have also been told that I am limitted to using the color jet III transfer paper because that is the only product that will accept that type of ink for heat transfer. Is that true???

Any advice would be appraciated!!
Thanks,
Shanna



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