100gsm sticky sublimation transfer paper, It can suit for Lacra, Polyester. and Polyester with Spandex textile. because these kinds textile has the shrink, so easy to have double image. now we have the high tacky sublimation paper, when you heat transfer paper can stick on the textile. problem can not happend. Our company is mainly specialized in producing and sales of sublimation transfer paper. Fully meet different customer different demands TYPE: fast dry ,sticker ,normal Weight:45gsm,58gsm,80gsm,90gsm,100gsm sheet: a4/a3 RollLength:100m,500m,1000m Width:0.61/0.7/0.75/0.8/0.85/0.914/1.118/1.3/1.5/1.6/1.62/1.8/2.4m Outstanding performance with continuously printing output and brilliant color Eliminating ghosting issue due to paper shifting and fabric shrinkage Ideal for sportwear，garment，banner and flag， sublimation mug manufacture etc.
Ink:sublimation ink inkjet transfer paper a3
Garms : 100gsm inkjet iron on transfer paper review
Size:0.61/0.7/0.75/0.8/0.85/0.914/1.118/1.3/1.5/1.6/1.62/1.88/2.48*100m inkjet iron on transfer paper review
Dry speed ：≤4＂00＇
Transfer rate ：≥95%
Smoothness (FS/WS) ：110/50
1.Dye Sublimation refers to solid dye particles that are changed into gas using heat and pressure, which then bond with any polymers present and change back into a solid.
2.The Basic Dye Sublimation Process uses special heat sensitive dyes to print grahics and text onto special transfer paper. The paper is then placed on a Blank Sublimation product and both are placed in aheat press.
3.When the heating cycle is complete, the image on the heat transfer paper has been transferred to the item and has actually reformed into or underneath the coated surface. Run your finger across the surface of a sublimated photo mug, plare or any coated product and you will feel nothing. It is as smooth as anything.
4.The reason for this is that sublimation is alsways done on polyester, polymer - coated items. At high temperatures, the solid dye converts into a gas without ever becoming a liquid. The same high temperature opens the pores of thepolymer and allows the gas to enter. When the temperature drops, the pores close and the gas reverts to a solid state. It has now become part of the polymer.
5.This is why Dye Sublimation can't be done on natural materials such as 100% cotton or natural fibres and non coated materials which have no " pores " to open. Unless a polymer coated paper is used.
our Sublimation transfer paper used for digital fabric printed by MS /Roland/Mutoh