How do closed ink cartridges impact troubleshooting time?

The printers that these inks are used in are made specifically for sublimation production, ensuring you spend more time printing, pressing, and making money. You quickly swap out cartridges instead of filling empty ones and cleaning up spills.

You don’t have to continually reprint to clear banding, smudges, or stray ink marks from your paper, and you don’t have to spend time adjusting colors in your graphics software, wasting paper and blanks until you get the color you want. Instead, your production cycle is seamless because all components of your system work together to generate high-quality prints.

-Jimmy Lamb, Sawgrass


Jimmy Lamb

Jimmy Lamb has 25+ years of product decoration business experience, as well as extensive knowledge in many facets of digital decorating and embellishing including business startup, applications, techniques, marketing, sales, mobile, production, and management. Jimmy worked at Sawgrass Technologies as the manager of communications and education, where he was instrumental in developing its educational seminars and webinars.

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