Sublimation Transfer Papers 359

  • Brand MagicTransUSA
  • Paper Finish Coated
  • Sheet size A3, 29.7 x 42 cm
  • Sheet count 100, 5760dpi
  • 108 gsm matte-coated paper
  • Work on inkjet printers
  • For dye-sublimation transfer printing
  • Type Copy Paper
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Description

Coated Paper for Dye Sublimation Printing

A3 Sublimation Transfer Papers are a unique type of paper that prevents Dye Sublimation Ink from soaking into its surface. Paper made specifically to receive dye-sublimation inks is known as dye-sublimation paper or dye-sub paper. the use of pressure and heat to convert ink during imprinting. Using fine transfer paper, the sublimated ink is imprinted onto a surface that has been coated. The design can be printed on sublimation paper and then transferred to a variety of appropriate surfaces, including mugs, plates, tiles, pebbles, and more. Additionally, transfer paper works well with all heat pressure machines and produces crispier, more precise transfer printing.

A3-sized transfer and printing areas on sublimation paper are both adaptable to a variety of media sizes. Silicate coating is put in vertical grids on high-release dye-sub heat-transfer paper to hold the ink. The heat from the printing press causes the ink to evaporate or sublimate into a gas during printing. A permanent print is created when the emitted ink vapor fuses with the receptor material’s surface. A unique coating on sublimation paper keeps the ink from soaking into the paper.

Instructions

Printing Procedure

Any inkjet printer model is capable of printing on A3 transfer sheets. However, it is advised to use genuine sublimation inks on it in order to get the most out of this printing and transfer paper. To get better results, choose “Photo Paper” as the paper type, set the printing standard to “Normal,” and then change the quality setting to “Photo or Best Photo Quality.” Never forget that the Transfer technique always requires the print to be transferred facing the medium, thus before printing the design on paper, set the design pattern to Print Mirror Image. Print on the side of the paper that is a bright white.

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Transfer Procedure

To begin with, make sure the print is completely dry. Trim the design as necessary and eliminate the unprinted films. Now take off the backing paper and set the printed film down just where you want it in the medium. After that, adhere the printed paper to the item with heat-resistant tape so it won’t move during the transfer by placing the design on top of the medium. Finally, use the medium’s default heat and pressure settings to press the transfer paper onto it. Peel the paper gently starting in one corner after the transfer is finished. While the paper is still hot, proceed with caution.

Varied substrates have different specifications, including mousepads, tote bags, textiles, ceramics, plastics, metal, glass, and many more. The following is a list of recommended parameters for A3 Sublimation 359:

Mugs mediums settings could be as follows:

  • 180 Celsius is the temperature.
  • Ninety seconds

Setting recommendations for aluminum media include:

  • 180 Celsius is the temperature.
  • Ninety seconds

The following would be suggested settings for ceramic tiles or rocks:

  • 180 Celsius is the temperature.
  • Four to six minutes

Note: The paper is a downside and the ceramic is placed on its face down. Heat has to pass through the ceramic. So the heat time will depend on the thickness of the material

Washing and Ironing Instructions

Wash with care to prevent damaging the design print and causing scratches. Only use cold water to wash the finished product. USE ANY TYPE OF BLEACH OTHER THAN BLEACH TO WASH THE MEDIUM. If the item is made of fabric, dry it in the dryer right away rather than hanging it up to dry. Avoid heating the regions containing printed pictures when ironing the design medium onto a fabric.

General Instructions

Before creating bulk orders, it is strongly advised to test print and wash one output to make sure the ink is appropriate for the medium.

Until they are actually used, keep transfer papers in a plastic bag to prevent them from becoming wet. After each use, make sure the container is closed.

Additional information

Weight 0.012 kg
Dimensions 29.7 × 42 cm

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Instructions

Printing Procedure

A3 Sublimation 294 is a compatible printing medium for any Inkjet Printer machine. However, to reach the maximum potential of this printing and transfer paper it is suggested to use original Sublimation Inks on it. Select “Photo Paper” as the paper style and set the standard in “Normal” printing then adjust the quality option to “Photo or Best Photo Quality” to get better results. Never forget that the Transfer method always needs the print to b transferred facing the medium, so set the design pattern to Print Mirror Image before printing it on the paper. Print on the bright white side of the paper.

Transfer Procedure

First, check if the print is perfectly dry. If needed, trim down the design and remove the non-printed films. Now, remove the back paper and place the printed film directly to the desired location in the medium. Next, place the design on top of the medium and fix the printed paper using heat-resistant tape to the item so the paper will not move during the transfer. Finally, press the transfer paper on the medium with the standard heat and pressure settings. When transferring is done, peel the paper starting in one corner gently. Use caution while the paper is still hot.

There are different standards for the variety of substrates such as mousepads, tote bags, fabrics, ceramics, plastics, metal, glass items, and many more. Below is the list of suggested settings using A3 Sublimation 359:

Suggested Settings for Mugs mediums would be:

  • Temperature: 180 Degree Celsius
  • Time: 90 Seconds

Suggested Settings for Aluminum mediums would be:

  • Temperature: 180 Degree Celsius
  • Time: 90 Seconds

Suggested Settings for Ceramic Tiles/ Rocks mediums would be:

  • Temperature: 180 Degree Celsius
  • Time: 4 to 6 Minutes

Note: For this item, the paper is placed down and the ceramic is placed on its face down. Heat has to pass through the ceramic. So the heat time will depend on the thickness of the material

Washing and Ironing Instructions

Wash carefully and avoid scratching and damaging the design print. Use cold water only in washing the output product. DO NOT use bleach or any kind in washing the medium. If on fabric place it into the dryer immediately after washing and avoid hanging it to dry. When ironing the design medium on a fabric, avoid heating the areas with printed images on them.

General Instructions

It is highly recommended to test print also and wash test one output before producing mass orders to ensure that the ink used is compatible with the medium used.

Keep transfer papers in the plastic bag to avoid getting moist on the paper until actual use. Check if the container is closed after each use.