Why use dye-sublimation toner in a color laser printer?
Mr. Doe, you should have created a question on your own instead of asking for an answer here. Of course, this kind of printers uses toner. It’s a special dry toner for exact those printers. About where to find a printer: just use Google Search, I don’t know. Or ask your friends. When I needed one, a friend of mine, which understands all these things about printers and stuff. He recommended a fine color label printer to me. And he showed me a site where I can find more information about this. You can try it too. Maybe it will help you to solve your problem.
That is why it’s better to but once good cartridge, like brother tn760 toner, because you can re-fill it about 20 times before the quality suffers, and they start leaving areas unprinted in lines on the prints, which can be cured sometimes by hitting the cartridge (out of the machine). My advice, don’t by fakes, get a real one, get toner off the net and re-fill them. It’s better to buy once good one, than 2-3 of the bad ones, as for me.
The colors are incredibly vibrant and wash performance on T-shirt transfers is exceptional. You must see it to believe the quality. The Okidata dye-sublimation toners lets you scan in photos, print and press them without worrying about color shifts. Below is a thumbnail of a test T-shirt made using transfers printed with four different printers (top two are not dye-sub). Click on the image for a larger view. What printers can use Sublilaser dye-sublimation toner? This toner was designed to be used with both the Okidata C5200 and C3200 color laser printers. We also carry Sublilaser dye-sublimation toner for the older Hitachi engine based color laser printers (QMS 6100, Tally 8006, 8106, 8306 and 8406, Brother HL2600CN and HL3450CN, Xante Colorlaser and Screenwriter 1200, and the Lexmark C720). Why use a laser with dye-sublimation toner instead of an ink jet printer with dye-sublimation inks? Because the process is dry toner being fused to paper rather than wet inks being sprayed, there