I have some interesting stuff i have been working on lately involving screen print/dtg and automated flash systems.. i hope to get this in its debugged stage within a couple months..
i would agree with making sure that they are seated correctly. i just got a set from them too and they are very willing to help with any issues that you may have.How do i reset the CIS chips from inkjetcarts? I'm pressing the button on the chip but nothing happens
DTGinks are about the most expensive. They are good inks. I have used them with no problems...Hi I need help,
I need ink but do not know which site is most trustable or high quality
Are the inks from dtginks.com any different from the inks at resoluteink.com?
From what I see the 8 oz size at dtginks is cheaper than the whole set of 8 oz ink from resoluteinkDTGinks are about the most expensive. They are good inks. I have used them with no problems...
Oh, I wouldn't cut it with water... I doubt you will like the result... You might want to contact DTGInks. They used to sell lc and mc...From what I see the 8 oz size at dtginks is cheaper than the whole set of 8 oz ink from resoluteink
What I plan to do is buy 8 oz at $44 of CMYK
Then two 4 oz at $27 of C and M to mix with distiller water to make LC and LM for my Epson 1400
Which will only cost me 176 + 44 = 220 plus shipping
never a good idea to mix different brands of ink "there chemistry can conflict" and gel or react adverse..I have a question ... I bought the ink "Maxbrite" from American Screen Supply. When it was finished I mixed with another brand I had.
I made all the CMYK colors. I noticed after this that the magenta is clogging. It may be because of this mix?
I spoke with the owner of Resolute Inks and he told me that Light Cyan or Light Magenta was just diluted with distilled water, and that i couldnt go wrong with a 50/50 blend