The Advantages and Disadvantages of Sublimation Heat Transfer Paper for Textile Printing

     The Advantages and Disadvantages of Sublimation Heat Transfer Paper for Textile Printing

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    Normal Sublimation Paper is not as the full sticky type which with a tack on the surface.  As a Sticky

Version with Tack, this specialty paper will adhere to the fabric during transfer which will eliminate

ghosting or loss of details due to textile shrinkage or movements in the transfer process.

    Therefore, it will help you reduce production errors and increase the quality of end products.

    Manufacturers using flat-bed presses will also benefit from the TACK as it eliminates issues such

as"floating" when the heat press is opened.

    No more defective substrates. (no cloudy patterns & no blurred images)

    Eliminate"ghosting issues" caused by paper shifting or fabric shrinkage.

    Reduce waste to an absolute minimum.

    Fast drying time as good as it get.

    Ideal for sportswear, garment, banner and flag manufacturers.

    Transfer rate is 95%

sublimation printing

1. Unsurpassed transfer yield;

2. Stays completely flat during printing;

3. Enhanced drying;

4. Excellent detail printing;

5. Superb evenness.

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Advantages of dye sublimation over other methods of textile printing:

1. Images are permanent and do not peel or fade.

2. Dye does not build up on the fabric.

3. Colors can be extraordinarily brilliant due to the bonding of the dye to the transparent fibers of the

synthetic  fabric.

4. Truly continuous tones can be achieved that are equivalent to photographs, without the use special

techniques such as half-screen printing.

5. The image can be printed all over the entire item, with no difficulty in printing all the way to the



The printer speed is low.

Any creases in the apparel during printing leave blank spots behind.

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