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  • Dye-Sub Printer & Avery Adhesive Vinyl Film

    Hi Guys,

    I am looking for ways to produce skin sticker for mobile phone. I've been investigating with dye-sub printer and the Avery adhesive vinyl film and failed to produce quality print out (the dye-sub colours don't seen get on the film evenly - you can see some very apparent unprinted white spots). Is there anyone who can help me that?

    I am using the Olympus P440 dye-sub printer. Or you have tried other type of dye-sub printer for similar application, please suggest.

    Thank you all!

  • #2
    Are you using an Avery vinyl product that accepts transfer? Some of the Avery vinyls aren't meant to be printed on.


    • #3
      Yes they are the transfer one. I've tried my Avery with the small Canon Selphy printer and with the correct print profile, the colour is brilliant. I need to print in A4 size so the Canon printer is not an option for me.






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