I 2nd getting a larger format printer. You will regret not being able to print larger images almost immediately.I bought one from Sam's Club also. I like it a lot for sublimation, but find it too small. I then bought an Epson ET 15000 and found that so much better for printing larger sizes. I print a lot of 11 x 17. You're so limited with 8.5 x 11 if you're doing larger size t-shirts.
You can dump the ink in your 2760 and replace it with pigment ink to use for transfers for cotton, shipping labels, invoices, etc.Right now I just storing my Epson 2760 in my closet for now, I still have sublimation ink in it too. Haven't decided what to do with it, might just give it away.
I use Cosmos ink. They have cartridges for the Epson 7610. The colors are very vibrant. Empty Refillable Cartridges for Epson WF Printers | Cosmos Ink® (cosmos-ink.com)Ok so after talking to by buddy he has a Epson WF-7610. That he is going to give me.. so is there a recommendation on which bulk ink system to purchase ?
Be warned, if he ran regular ink through the printer, you're going to have to do a lot of flushing before you can use it for sublimation. You don't want regular ink and sublimation ink together. I would also make sure the printer hasn't been sitting around and the print head clogged up. Run a test print before you start the change over. Replacing print heads can get expensive and frustrating. You'll have enough frustration dialing in your first prints and presses. Trying to rule out used printer issues can make it a lot worse!Ok so after talking to by buddy he has a Epson WF-7610. That he is going to give me.. so is there a recommendation on which bulk ink system to purchase ?