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  1. I am curious to know if these are the only Epsons that can be converted. I purchased an ET-2800 but cannot find anywhere if this is convertible or not.

    Thank you

    1. Hi Sue, The ET-2800 is a new series from Epson that replaced the ET-2720. They can be converted for sublimation. I have a new post getting published soon with the new Ecotanks for sublimation and the ET-2800 is on it as the most economical printer for 8.5 x 14″ sublimation transfers.

        1. It can as there are still third party ink sellers that has ink for it. The new ET-2800 is the replacement for that printer if you can’t find that one anymore.

  2. I have an epson ecotank et 3850 is this good for sublimation?

  3. Finally, a proper guide on your blog. I have confusion regarding the sublimation. Many Blogs are listing other brand products like HP, Brother, and Canon. Can we use them for sublimation? I’ll appreciate your answer.

    1. Glad you find our sublimation guide helpful. I wish I had this when I was starting sublimation years ago!

      Printers either have a thermal or piezo print heads. The piezo print head is the one that is capable of using gel based inks such as sublimation ink. Epson has piezo whereas Canon and HP do not. If you look at the third party sublimation inks, they only offer ink for Epsons.

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