Graphics One introduces GO SubliMate Desktop Dye Sub System

GO SubliMate desktop tabloid dye sublimation printing system.
The GO SubliMate desktop dye sublimation system with the Epson EcoTank ET-7750 Inkjet Printer

Graphics One (Sunnyvale, California), the distribution arm of Prism Inks, has announced the launch of a new desktop dye sublimation system, GO SubliMate. GO SubliMate is the first desktop tabloid dye sublimation system to feature neon dye-sub ink colours. The GO SubliMate Dye Sub System was developed to be used with the Epson EcoTank ET-7750 Inkjet Printer. Its GO SubliMate Kit adds CMYK, Neon Yellow SubliMate Dye Sub ink, CADLink’s Digital Factory Dye Sub RIP Software, and GO SubliMate Dye Sub Paper as a bundle. The system features:

  • Five colours including neon dye sub ink for desktop imaging
  • Maximum paper size of 11” x 17”
  • System available in two configurations – with or without Epson Tabloid EcoTank ET-7750 Printer
  • System includes GO SubliMate Dye Sub Ink, GO SubliMate Dye Sub Paper, CADLink Colour RIP for EcoTank and printer (or without)
  • Only industrial dye sub ink for desktop dye sublimation printer
  • Prints as small as 1.5 picolitres for brilliant images
  • High-speed imaging at up to 13 pages per minute

The System will be available this September through Graphics One’s distribution network.

Amir Ajanee.
Amir Ajanee.

“Although we’ve been successfully shipping our GO SubliMate Dye Sub ink for some time, we modified the formulation to work successfully with Epson’s MicroTFP printhead,” said Amir Ajanee, Managing Partner of AD International, the owner of Graphics One. “Additionally, this is the launch of a desktop dye sub ink in the Americas market for some time, and we wanted to make sure the ink and the system is flawless in performance. We decided to add the ability to use neon dye sub ink with our system, after discussing what features our customer’s wanted the most. In addition to our expansive colour gamut, we offer 18-month shelf life on the traditional colours, outstanding UV light fastness and, we believe, the highest quality dye sub ink available. This was made possible by our team of world-class ink scientists at our R&D labs located at Prism Inks, in the middle of the Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, California.”


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.