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USSublimation Introduces NanoChrome Ink

Designed to replace Epson UltraChrome inks.

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USSublimation, a PrintVillage company, has introduced its NanoChrome inks. Available in CMYKcmk, these inks feature blacks that are rich and free of metamerism and bronzing, as well as a wide color gamut to rival dye-based inks, says the company. In addition, the inks are fade resistant and almost instant drying, have no need for gloss optimizers, and offer archival UV-resistance.

Available in bulk as well as 220-ml cartridges, NanoChrome inks replace Epson UltraChrome inks and are compatible with a variety of Epson and Canon wide-format printers. The inks are compatible with a wide range of media including matte and gloss papers, canvas, and watercolor papers.


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