How about the usage of dye sublimation paper & How to storage it?
Dye sublimation paper printing providers their customers demand brilliant color, a soft hand, durability, and options from direct to print fabric. While many of these features are common across all applications, some properties hold more importance than others depending on end-use. That’s why so many people choose sublimation paper printing now, today we will talk about the printing method and storage of the sublimation paper.
Distinguish The Printing Side
Unpack the wrapping vinyl one day prior to printing in the printing room to acclimatize. Image side could be wounded by the outside of the roll. So, make an adequate size of the image for the paper width. The printed paper should be sufficiently dry before the transfer. Our paper has excellent performance of holding inks even at the high speed printing mode.
Printer and Ink Compatibility
Our roll dye sublimation paper has been tested and work successfully on the most famous brands of inkjet printing systems equipped with dye sublimation inks. All Pieze Electric Drop on Demand printers like Epson, Mimaki, Mutoh, and Roland printers have provided really excellent results with our paper.
Recommend a Heavy Coated Paper print mode for all printer brands and models. Do not over-saturate the paper. Use ICC Profiles to optimize your particular printer/ink/RIP setup
Heat Press Setting
Recommend a little more pressure and temperature in 100gsm sticky pressing. Pressing time and temperature shall be differently applied in accordance with the substances. It is also important to check the quality of the heat transfer press machine.
Heat Press Setting
Dye sublimation paper is mostly very week against moisture. To protect unused papers, it is recommended to store the papers in their original packaging with the inner poly bag at 59-86degree F / 15-30degree C and 30-50% RH.