Best sublimation printers for every budget

There are many different types of printers, each with their own advantages and uses. Sublimation printers, which are often used for document or photo printing, are ideal for clothing, textiles and photography.

A sublimation print is a heat-based device that can be used to create high-quality prints on a wide range of surfaces, including ceramics, fabrics and metals. It’s a great option for creating customised clothing, pillows, mugs, wall art and many more.

If you’re looking to get your hands on this versatile piece of printing technology, we’ve listed our picks below. The printers can vary in price, depending on their features and intended uses, varying from under £300, to way over the £1,000 mark.

We’ve tried to include an option for every budget and intended use. All dimensions are given in width, depth, and height.

Best sublimation printers

Epson SureColour F100

Epson SureColour SC-F100

Epson says that this mid-priced A4 dye sublimation Epson printer is their first. This limited size means it’s mostly aimed at producing smaller merchandise or gifts, such as mugs or phone covers.

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SureColour SC-F100 is a front-feeding printer with a paper-change function. It can hold up to 150 pages and is easy to operate.

Epson says it is a low-cost printer for small business, which requires no specialist knowledge in terms of installation or maintenance.

Dimensions: ‎37.5 x 34.7 x 18.7 cm
Printing Size: A4
Connectivity: Ethernet, USB 2.0, Ethernet, Wi-Fi Direct

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