Kodak KODACOLOR E-Type Garment Printer Ink 4oz 125ml

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White
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Black

Truly the best color gamut we've ever seen. In fact, it's everything you've been asking for in DTG ink. 

JETABILITY - Because of the carefully tuned viscosity in the Kodak direct to garment printer inks, we're able to provide superior jetability.

COLOR GAMUT - Kodak DTG inks have the widest color gamut on the market, bar none.

These bulk ink bottles of DTG ink by KODAK are engineered for use in Epson based DTG engines utilizing the DX5 and DX7 printheads (this includes all Epson based DTG printers including those utilizing the Epson 1430, P400, P600, P800, R1800, R1900, R2000, R2400, 4800, R3000, R3880, F2000 engines and more). 

The KODAK Textile Ink for Epson engines is engineered to be durable and intense in color output making it the best choice for professional DTG printers.

Kodak's fabric inks leverage proprietary ink dispersion technology with a 20-year history of ink development and manufacture, bolstered by decades of coating technology.  The result is an exceptionally large color gamut, a more reliable high-quality image with outstanding shelf life with a soft, natural feel, as well as better in-printer performance.

Compatible with the following garment printers: DTG PRO, Nikko, Col-Desi (DTG Digital), Fast T-Jet, Veloci-jet, Texjet, Flexi-jet, Freejet, AnaJet, AnaJet Sprint, DTG Viper, DTG Kiosk, DTG HM1, Neoflex, MelcoJet, Melco G2, MS1, Blazer Pro and Express, Epson F2100, Anajet / Ricoh (i100, Ri1000 etc), Katana (with P600/800), Hongjet/ BajuJet, Epson F2100, Omniprint Freejet, Polyprint and others.

Use with the KODAK Dark Pretreatment or Light Pretreatment

Certified KODAK ink so you know you're getting the highest quality inks possible!
Designed exclusively by KODAK for Epson based print-head DTG Direct to Garment machines!

Designed to print directly on 100% cotton fabrics. It can also achieve good results on 50/50 poly blends.

When cured properly, the inks are very wash-fast. Use a standard heat press with medium pressure and cure printed garments for 35-50 seconds at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, if excess humidity is present or if garments are damp, cure for 90 seconds using a silicone coated curing sheet.

Here is a Test print on a Guildan G500 (arguably the worst shirt to use for garment printing.)

Kodak garment ink print test
(Click the image for a larger view) -  You'll notice the coverage is very good with eye popping color.  The bright greens and super bright yellows are everything that is missing with other ink sets we have used.
kodak koda garment ink print test
(Click the image for a larger view) -  The flames came out great.  Fantastic ink dispersion, great blend and vibrant as can be.  On a shirt of this caliber, it's very easy for the print to turn out grainy and dull.  This is quite the opposite.
kodak kodaCOLOR garment printing test epson dtg print
(Click the image for a larger view) -  You have to focus on the yellow.  This is an outstanding example of color gamut and range the Kodak inks have.  It's these types of colors you just can get with DuPont ink.