Create, Print, Press! Is it Really That Easy?
Yes, it really is that easy, and it’s fun too. All you need is an inkjet printer with sublimation ink to design, heat sublimation paper on which to print your transfers, polymer coated blanks or polyester garments to which you can transfer your designs, heat press to facilitate the transfer of the ink to the substrate, sublimation really can be that easy!
High Color Reproduction
The colors came out very crisp and clear, can keep a long time after printing, bright color, ensure high-quality printing of sublimation!
Wide Range of Application
The heat transfer sublimation paper works with light colored polyester fabric and polyester coated items, such as T-shirt, canvas bag, ceramic mug, tile, phone case, pillow case, metal plate, key chain, mouse pad, you can sublimate anything you want!
Make a Fun and Meaningful Gift
With a sublimation printer paper, you can design and create a special gift that couldn’t be purchased off the shelf, your gifts will turn out just beautiful and be treasured forever! There are people out there who are looking for something unique to give as a gift, you can sell sublimated items for holiday, birthday, anniversary, valentine gifts, and you can also start your own business and make money from your sublimated items!
Size: 8.3” x 11.7”, A4
Quantity: 100 sheets
- Work with inkjet printer with dye sublimation ink
- Choose “mirror printing” setting, design and print on the white side of the paper.
- Avoid storing in high temperature, heavy wet and direct sunlight.
- Only for light colored or white polyester fabrics and polyester coated items. Hard objects must be coated.
- Preheat the heat press machine to the temperature you set, and then start the press process.
- It may also be a good idea to use an absorbent cloth or a non textured paper towel behind your transfer to absorb excess moisture.
- Each heat press, batch of ink and substrate will react a little differently. Printer setting, paper, ink, transfer time and temperature, substrate all play a role in the color output. Trial and error is KEY.
- Color on the printed sublimation paper may look dull. But the sublimated color may still look true color. So it’s better to finish sublimation and see the color result before change any setting.
- Blowouts are generally caused by uneven heating, excessive pressure or overheating. To avoid this issue, use a Teflon pad to cover your transfer and lessen the variations in temperature.
- No ICC setting, Paper: high quality plain paper. Quality: high quality. Then click on "more options" tab. Select CUSTOM for color correction then click ADVANCED and choose ADOBE RGB for color management. 2.2 Gamma.
- If you haven't used these sheets before, I would suggest a practice on some scrap fabric before committing to your best t-shirt.