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Sublimation Paper
InkTec
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High Release and Fast-drying sublimation paper to transfer images through pressure and heat transfer to objects with SUBLIMATION inks.
100-sheet pack, available in A3 and A4 sizes.

For use with Dye sublimation inks in EPSON Printers.
Sublimation inks are used to transfer the image to fabrics (polyester or blend), or to many other surfaces with a polyester ** treatment (metal, film, wood, glass, ceramics, etc.)
** The surfaces to sublimate require a Polyester treatment and must withstand heat and pressure.
** To obtain the highest quality in textile it is recommended to perform sublimation in white garments with high polyester content.

*Please note:
While using a High Release paper it will release more ink onto the end products so you will get a better transfer rate and better results. In some cases it might leave printer wheel marks on the print, you also need to let it dry before pressing. Compared to the standard paper, it is harder to use but you'll get a better result.

In addition to being mindful of moisture in pressing, you should also focus on your work environment. High humidity levels usually contribute to moisture issues as pizza wheel marks or roller marks. A dehumidifier can help control these issues, but reducing it too much can have negative effects on the inks and your equipment.

The ideal operating conditions for sublimation are 15°C to 25°C with above 35% relative humidity (no condensation).

Characteristics

Transfer paper for: Sublimation.
Sizes: A3, A4.
Quantity: 100 sheets.
Weight: 100gr.
Presentation: Bulk.
Manufacturer: InkTec

HOW TO USE

1. PREPARATION:
No special preparation is required to print on the sublimation transfer paper.

2. PRINTING ON THE SUBLIMATION HEAT TRANSFER PAPER:
It is recommended to print with the following environmental conditions: 

- Temperature: 20-22 ºC,
- Ambient humidity: ≥60%

3. HEAT TRANSFER YOUR DESIGN OR IMAGE:
With flat and cylindrical presses: 180 ~ 200ºC for 30 to 60 seconds.
Plates can also be used.
*The correct application of heat & time will depend on the type of surface / material used.
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