Dye sublimation printing is in some ways similar to inkjet printing. A commercial inkjet printer is usually at least 30 inches wide. If they exceed over 16 ft. in width, they can be used as dye sublimation printers; though not interchangeably without flushing the feed lines and a few other technical fixes that should be done before they can be converted from a type of ink to a dye set ink. The four color or CMYK printing process which is done with ink on an inkjet printer tends to use the 4CP ink set CMYK or cyan, black, yellow and magenta. This is in contrast to the dye set which is used while printing for dye sub printing. read more