When most people talk about sublimation they generally tend to talk about the sublimation paper or the ink or maybe the sublimation printer. Today we will discuss what qualities a good sublimation paper should have.
The first thing you need to know is that we divides sublimation paper into three categories. We recognize that our categories may only be valid to us, but they work for our purposes and may work for yours. Those categories are: High Release; Low or Standard Release; Hybrid .
High Release sublimation paper typically require lower press times to release the majority of their sublimation dye into the substrate. This decreased press time can also decreas your production time, and may increase your margins. High release papers work very well for lower DPI prints of artwork on fabrics or other “soft goods”, and may also provide slightly superior color transfer. One thing you should be aware of is that high release papers typically don’t dry as fast. If you are printing large numbers of sheets and allow the sheets to stack up, you may experience some smearing of the ink as one sheet feeds out on top of another.
As you can see, the type of sublimation papers you choose can have a large bearing on the success and cost of your sublimation printing. All sublimation papers are not created equal, and the cheapest option may not always be the best. Before you settle on one paper, take the time to test a few and see which one works best for you and your business. If you are interested in testing EnMart’s Mpres paper, simply contact us and ask for a sample pack. We’re confident in our paper, and we believe, once you’ve tested a sample, you will be as well.
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