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Sawgrass SG1000 Starter Bundle

The Sawgrass SG 1000 is one of the few printers out there that’s actually designed and sold as a sublimation printer. With any other printer, you need to make a few adjustments, like replacing the regular ink with sublimation ink and cleaning the nozzles to use it for sublimation.

With the Sawgrass SG1000, it’s as easy as plug and play because it’s already preloaded with sublimation ink. It even supports Wi-Fi for seamless wireless printing. The SG1000’s running costs are pretty low, making it ideal for those who want to start a sublimation business. Not to mention, its energy efficiency is fascinating.

Another good feature is the automatic maintenance cycle that the SG1000 regularly runs with little to no interference from your side. This ensures that the printer is always ready for your projects, minimizing downtime. The icing on top is that the SG1000 integrates a single roll-bar feeder that works much better for sublimation projects than traditional paper trays found in other inkjet printers.

It’s also worth noting that the SG1000 comes with the Sawgrass Print Manager and CreativeStudio Online Designer at no extra cost, so you don’t need to worry about purchasing a software package for designing your projects. Additionally, it ships with SubliJet UHD sublimation ink and a two-year warranty card.

If you’re looking for a dedicated sublimation printer that requires little to no effort to set up, the Sawgrass SG500 would be your best bet.

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