How to Heat The Dye Sublimation Transfer Paper

How to Heat The Dye Sublimation Transfer Paper 

50gsm sublimation paper

Today we will introduce how to heat transfer with sublimation paper.

Now we will get 50g light coating sublimation paper as a example to tell you how to heat the dye sublimation paper

50g sublimation paper instant-dry, pushing well beyond the boundaries of ink drying. Suitable for use on industrial high-speed printing machines as e.g. MS Italy and Reggiani machine.It is light coating, so it should print with High Density Sublimation Ink.

50gsm sublimation paper

First,Transferring the Image

Put the iron on a dry setting so that there is no steam. Again, the heat should be at maximum. Apply the iron to the image and move it around as though you were ironing. Apply a generous amount of pressure; this is crucial for a proper transfer, including the elimination of air bubbles. Continue moving the iron around, ensuring each part of the image is in contact with the iron for up to 60 seconds.

Then .Peeling Off the Paper

Set the iron down, but leave it turned on. Allow the transfer paper to cool down for about five minutes or until it reaches room temperature.Then, stretch the garment a little and peel the paper off from one corner. The image should now be applied to the garment.

At last.Finishing It Up

Place a piece of reusable silicon paper over the image on the garment. Apply the hot iron to the paper and, using firm pressure, move the iron around the paper for 20 to 30 seconds. This will add longevity to the image – particularly in the laundry – by pressing it further into the garment. Remove the silicon paper, turn off the iron and enjoy your new garment!

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