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By: Mccoulin Jasper  09-12-2011
Keywords: Printing, Sublimation, Relative Humidity

Sublimation printing on polyester fabric is very popular these days when it comes to producing high quality images on textiles.

Paper manufacturers combined traditional processes and nanotechnology in order to create new sublimation paper with unique properties.

The paper is compatible with inkjet printers by Epson, Mimaki, Mutoh, Roland, etc. You can print on it with sublimation inks by AlphaChem, IncTec, J-Tech3, Huntsman, Rotech, Sawgrass. The printing can be performed at the maximum speed mode.

Some performance highlights of the paper:

  1. Paper grammage of 80 g/sq.m allows for standard tasks as well as tasks requiring 400% color fill
  2. Low wrinklage even at high levels of color fill
  3. High yield during sublimation

Variety of format media:

We tested for consistency of geometrical dimensions under varying temperatures and transfer times, for the amount of wrinklage caused heavy color fill, and we also checked for consistency in properties of the paper in relative humidity ranging from 35% to 70%.

The test results have proven that JASPER sublimation paper is definitely a product that we recommend for use with Epson plotters Series 9800, 7800, 4800. The detailed test data is available upon request.

New format media!
JASPER announces reduced format media in rolls 420mm, 615mm and 920mm wide. The new reduced format is great for printing on clothing and smaller items.

Keywords: Polyester Fabric, Printing, Relative Humidity, Sublimation, Sublimation Paper, sublimation printing, Test Data,

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The test results have proven that JASPER sublimation paper is definitely a product that we recommend for use with Epson plotters Series 9800, 7800, 4800. Digital sublimation printing is done specifically by printing images on sublimation paper with sublimation ink using an inkjet printer. The ink gets transferred to the polyester fabric pressed tightly against the paper in a thermo-press in high temperature.