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z6100
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Hello HP pros

Is there any way i can convert my old printer z6100 to use sublimation ink? I'm not a pro in this but i have a latex printer l25500 and a z6100. I do posters and canevas im planning to print flags. Was is the best solution you can suggest me to do?

Thank you

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Like answered a few posts back 🙂 Z6100 isn't made for dye inks:

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/DesignJet-Large-Format-Printers-and-Digital-Press/Dye-sublimation-on-H...

In a few words - to print flags - use the latex without further expenses. If you plan to expand in textiles for outdoor (and l25500 is fully loaded) - invest in another printer.

 

Cheers 🙂

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Like answered a few posts back 🙂 Z6100 isn't made for dye inks:

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/DesignJet-Large-Format-Printers-and-Digital-Press/Dye-sublimation-on-H...

In a few words - to print flags - use the latex without further expenses. If you plan to expand in textiles for outdoor (and l25500 is fully loaded) - invest in another printer.

 

Cheers 🙂

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