Epson CUYI UV Dye Ink
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Epson CUYI UV Dye Ink 100ML /Bottle
Dye-based inks tend to be cheaper and water soluble, explaining why dye inks are more likely to smear. Dye ink generally takes more time to dry and results can be poor if a drop of water hit a page. So what's the advantage of dye ink? Color vibrancy. Colors are brighter because various optical compounds are added to dye ink to enhance the color. However, these compounds, like the dyes, have a low resistance to light or to UV rays, especially since dye-based inks are usually spread more thinly than pigment inks on the surface. Fading can be an issue if your document will be exposed to the sun, so dye inks aren't perfect for printing things like signs and banners to be hung in windows or out of doors. While dye ink has its drawbacks, advances in ink development have improved the fade resistance of dye inks. Big brands like HP, Fuji, and Epson have improved the fade resistance quality of their dye-based inks, almost rivaling the quality of pigments.
- Use For Epson Inkjet Printer
- 4 colours 100ml Sublimation Ink
Colour: 100ml x 1 color
- 6 colours 100ml Sublimation Ink
INK Type: Sublimation
If you want to print photos with brilliant colors, then a dye-based ink may be best for the job. On the other hand, if you need to print contracts or text documents that need to last, a pigment-based ink is probably best for you. If exposure to sunlight won't be a big issue, dyes can also be good for printing text documents because dyes tend to print darker than pigment-based dyes.