I have the Epson WF 7015 with normal CISS ink in the system. Can I empty out the ink & refill with the sublimation ink?
UPDATED: 12 Jun 06:29
Thank you for your prompt reply. The ink in the CISS system is definately dye.
UPDATED: 12 Jun 08:55
Okay, that's cool.
I will order all 4 colours. Where are you in Johannesburg, if I have to collect. Do you also sell them per liter?
UPDATED: 12 Jun 09:55
For now I will order the 4 colours through your BOB page. See how it performs. Later I will order the 1 liter packs. Thank you for your help.
You have been most helpful. - Asked by space lab
11 Jun 17:26
Mixing different inks or even brands is not really recommended - most aftermarket inks are designed to be compatible with the original ink only. It may be ok though, especially if the ink in your printer is dye based. The ink that should be in there is pigment based though. Otherwise, we do have new refillable's for these. Please confirm cartridge series (I think T1291). Regards Richard
UPDATED: 11 Jun 18:59
B.T.W. - a quick way to check if your ink is dye or pigment based is to look at the yellow. If it is almost "milky / opaque", it's pigment. If clear and you can see through it quite easily, it's dye...
UPDATED: 12 Jun 07:28
Ok, if its dye, adding dye sub ink to an emptied system should be fine. I can however also give you some flush solution to rinse the tanks & cartridges out first, which should help (no extra charge if you take all 4 colours).
UPDATED: 12 Jun 09:15
I am actually in Centurion West, on the border of Sandton. Can do Litre quanties for R850 each.
11 Jun 17:45