The industry’s first CMYK toner-based
Dye Sublimation Transfer Printer for on-demand and in-house production of apparel, textile, and hard surface transfers delivering 40 times faster speeds than ink-based systems.
If you want something done, ask the IColor 350.
Chances are you have your own vision of what a textile decoration business should look like. Or maybe a killer idea for printing on apparel or even a dream around building your very own hard surface gift line. If any of that rings a bell, meet the Uninet IColor 350, your gal for high-performance toner-based dye sublimation printing. The IColor 350 hits print speeds that are 40 times faster than ink-based systems. It prints twenty pages per minute on A4. And it does so with the lowest cost sublimation toner and paper and at 50% less cost than ink-based sublimation.
An entrepreneurial girl’s best friend.
The IColor 350 is not only your lowest cost solution for sublimation in the marketplace but the one solution that will give you longer uninterrupted runs at lower imaging costs. Namely, while a letter-size print will cost you around USD $.94 on ink, it will cost around USD $.40 on the IColor 350 including toner and paper cost. And, by the way, you can say bye to priming of ink-delivery systems, cleaning of ink printer heads and any maintenance associated with standard ink-based dye sublimation printing devices.
Always there for you.
While ink cartridges expire within one year, the IColor 350 has a much longer toner cartridge expiration date. And it doesn’t require special sublimation paper. Instead, it keeps printing costs low by using regular copy paper as opposed to expensive dye sublimation paper. And, as anyone has come to expect from a UNINET IColor device, the IColor 350 system also “splits and tiles” so you can print oversize images without any special software.
Think before ink.
The UNINET IColor 350 has a specially formulated dye sublimation toner so you can produce high-quality, durable and vibrant color prints. It lets you print and transfer to light-colored polyester-based textiles and sublimation-coated hard surface substrates like ceramic, acrylic, UniSub, DynaSub, SubliBoard and more. At the end of the day, you get unmatched permanent transferred images that permeate the substrate as opposed to heat transfers where the image is applied to the top of the substrate surface while providing superior durability and over 150 wash cycles. The only thing that you won’t get is any of the maintenance required for ink-based systems.
The 350 Package
Dressed to kill.
The IColor 350 comes standard with four dye sublimation toner cartridges for full-color CMYK. That’s enough to sublimate 1,000 T-shirts, mugs, awards or any personalization, merchandising and promotional items. It also comes built-in with SUBPack, a color management software bundled with everything you may need to achieve the most accurate colors possible. Go ahead, vision away with the industry’s first CMYK toner-based dye-sublimation transfer printer for on-demand and in-house production of apparel, textile, and hard surface transfer.
Welcome to dye sublimation without clogged printer heads from non-use, no waiting for the ink to dry, no smudging, no ghosting, and no bleeding.
IColor 350 System Specifications
Up to 20 ppm
Up to 30,000 pg/mo.
256 MB RAM
Up to 2400 x 600 dpi
PCL6c/5c, PostScript3 emulation, PictBridge 3™
Microsoft Windows® 7 / 8 / 10
10Base-T/100Base-TX, IEEE 802.11b/g/n, NFC Tag, USB 2.0 High speed Type A (For Pictbridge, Scan to USB Flash Drives)
250 sheets Legal/Letter/Universal
Paper Sizes (Min. / Max.)
A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, Legal, Letter, HLT, Executive, F, Foolscap, Folio, Envelopes (Com10, Monarch, C5, C6, DL) Custom size: (Min.) 90 x 148 mm, (Max.) 216 x 356 mm
Standard Tray: 60 - 160 g/m; Optional Tray: 60 - 105 g/m; Bypass: 60 - 160 g/m; Duplex: 60
Toner Cartridge Yield
All rated at 5% toner coverage
Standard CMYK: 2,500 pages
Starter CMYK: 1,000 pages
15.8" x 17.7" x 12.6" (40 cm x 45 cm x 32 cm)
62.4 lb. (28.3 kg)
120v & 230v
11 amps (120v models) or 6 amps (230v)
1 Year (parts and labor)