100GSM Sticky Sublimation Sublimation Heat Transfer Paper for Inkjet Printing
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- Model NO.: FS100
- Application: Clothing, Ceramics, Textiles, Bags, Metal, Mark Cup, Leather, Glass
- Type: Dye Sublimation Transfer Printing Heat Transfer Paper
- Temperature: High Temperature
- Transfer From The Way: Hot Tear
- Heat Transfer Heat Transfer: Ink Jet Print
- Transport Package: Paper Box
- HS Code: 48169010
- Transfer Type: Heat Transfer
- Material: White Paper
- Rotary Hot Stamping: Forward
- Surface Effect: Matt
- Type of Coating: Heat Release
- Trademark: SKYIMAGE
- Origin: China
100gsm sticky back sublimation transfer paper, It can suit for Lacra, Polyester. and Polyester with Spandex textile. Because these kinds textile has the shrink, so easy to have double image. Now we have the high tacky sublimation paper, when you heat transfer paper can stick on the textile. problem can not happend.
Adequate stickness on surface of transfer paper, removing the shadow effect, stable coupling of transfer paper and fabric, wide application for garments, accessories, signage etc.
AVAILABLE GSM: 100gsm
FEATURE: With sticky back
TRANSFER TIME: 20-25 seconds
TRANSFER TEMPERATUR: 200-220 ºC
PRINTERS: Epson, Mimaki, Roland, Mutoh, Ricoh and Custom Printers
|Other widths upto 3.2m and jumbo reel sizes available upon request.|
1. Coated sublimation paper for digital transfer printing with water-based dye sub inks.
2. Enhanced tack-effect to work with a wide range of spandex textiles.
3. Maximum reduction of textile shrinkage can be achieved.
4. The leval of tack depends on the fabric in use.
5. Prior testing is required.
Sports and functional textiles, personalized interior, skis and snowboards.
In order to protect unused sublimation paper, it is recommended to store it in its original packaging, in the poly bag at 68°F -82°F( 20°C -28°C) and 40-60% RH.
Image side is wound to the outside of the paper. Printing is performed in ″mirror″ image. Allow the printing ink to dry before transferring.