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  1. galaxygraphics


    I need a dozen caps ran. I don't care if it is Chromablast, or HTV. I can supply the caps, and I have (own) the copyright. I have it in vector format, and it is ready to cut, or print. Text only, no graphic, single color. (hunter orange font, on a camo cap) Thanks in advance for any help! Have a good week! Jim @ 870-351-1217
  2. galaxygraphics

    Ricoh Printer

    If I am wrong, please forgive me, but I believe Chromablast, and Sublimation is about the same thing, or close, isn't it? Anyway, I have two Ricoh printers, one set up for Sub, the other set up for Chromablast. They were in an office, when I went away for a while (no NOT jail!). The air conditioning was turned off, as well as the electricity. My question is, is there ANY way to clean the ink tubes out, or even replace them, or are the printers destroyed? Any help, or advise any one could offer, would be greatly appreciated! Thank you, in advance for your help, and info! BTW, the temp was generally in excess of 90 degrees, and this has lasted for more than 45 days. I would guess that probably matters!
  3. Okay i know they put a little description on the webpage answering this. But could someone maybe go more into detail or do a "What is the difference between Chromablast-R Inks and SubliJet-R Inks?" for dummies lol I'm purchasing the Ricoh SG 3110DN today and just wanted some more info on which ink to purchase I'm using a new 15x15 heat press RIght now i'm using it to make shirts with Sister easy weed. What i'll be using the Sublimation for -Custom Phone cases -Shirts with the designs i come up with. -Possibly custom lanyards (but I'm thinking about doing the sister weed for these) I'm sorry about asking so many questions i just don't wanna make a mistake. I've searched around on the forums and i see such great work from everyone. Thanks for all the info!
  4. Hello, I did some research this weekend regarding using ChromaBlast ink/paper on non-white colored t-shirts. While doing so, I came across a website that claims using their ChromaDark paper (11"x17" - 100pc for $225 or 8"x11" - 100pc for $110) and ChromaBlast ink, one will be able to print on darker colored t-shirts, even black with no problem. Has anyone ever tried ChromaDark? What is your opinion? Taken from website: "With ChromaDark 3G Jet Opaque transfer paper from EnMart, you use the same ChromaBlast ink, printer, and driver, except you are printing onto a thin white base layer on top of a paper sheet, which is then trimmed either by hand or a cutter, peeled apart, and heat-pressed onto a 100% cotton shirt. The end result is a high quality photo-realistic image on any color of t-shirt - even black, having a softer hand and better drape than with other opaque transfer papers." source: