UniNet unveils new dye-sublimation transfer printer

UniNet iColor 350.

UniNet, a worldwide OEM that provides on-demand digital printing technology and solutions, has launched its iColor 350 – a new addition to its line of digital transfer equipment dedicated exclusively to dye sublimation printing. The iColor 350 utilizes specially formulated dye sublimation toner technology for the production of high quality, durable and vibrant colour prints. The system uses heat to transfer images in a one-step process onto an array of white or light-coloured polyester-based textiles, as well as sublimation-coated hard surface substrates such as ceramic, metal, acrylic and more.

“Our printing system puts an end to priming of ink delivery systems, cleaning of ink printheads, and all maintenance associated with standard ink-based dye sublimation printing devices,” said the company. “The iColor 350 provides a much longer toner-expiration date – an advantage not available with inkjet solutions. It’s also uniquely suited to ensure higher yields, and prints at much higher speeds than competing ink-sublimation systems, delivering greater efficiency and productivity,” the OEM added.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.