Inks ColorWay TM are made from concentrate imported from the United States in the production line in China. They are highly light- and water-resistant, have a wide gamut of colors, and produce crisp and clear prints. Prints permanently retain brightness of the images due to the latest scientific developments in the production of ColorWay ink.
Advantages of using ColorWay inks:
- Consolidation and improved chemical resistance
- Color and quality of printed images are comparable to original ink prints
- Compatible with original ink brands and printers
- Optimal quality/price ratio
We have over 60 ink products that are suitable for use in well-known printer brands such as Epson, Canon, HP and Brother. There are 4 main types of inks – dye based, UV dye based, pigment and sublimation. Inks are appropriate for all non-professional printers that are available on the market.
- Dye-based inks – dyes (and other components) form an ideal solution in these water-soluble inks that are in the form of individual ions surrounded by solvents. Ink has added substances that attract water vapor from the air, thus preventing the ink from drying out.
- UV dye-based inks – have all the same benefits as dye-based inks but are more light- and colorfast.
- Pigment inks – the colorant, or colored particles, in the ink is a water-insoluble compound and that has all the characteristics of a solid. Particles are small enough to pass freely through the nozzle of a print head. The physical difference between pigment and dye-based inks is that the pigment ink appears muddy and looks milky, unlike the dye-based ink, which is more transparent.
- Dye sublimation inks – these inks contain special sublimation dyes and are used to print directly or indirectly onto polyester fabrics. A heating step causes the dyes to sublimate into the fibers and create an image with strong color and good durability.