The Quality Of Sublimation Heat Transfer Paper

  • Use special thermal transfer ink to print various patterns on a special kind of paper, and then transfer the patterns to the product through temperature and pressure. This special paper in the thermal transfer process is called thermal transfer paper.

    There is a special coating on the surface of the sublimation heat transfer paper. If you touch the heat transfer paper with wet hands, you will feel a little sticky. If it is vegetable spray paper, there will be a thin layer of powder on the surface. You can scratch a mark with your finger.

    Compare light-colored clothes made of chemical fiber cloth with transfer paper. If the transfer paper is completed, the pattern will become very clear and realistic. The ink has basically risen to the clothes, and there is less ink left on the paper. At the same time, the effect of color inkjet printing is also different. Although the pattern can be seen clearly, the sharpness is not good enough, it feels fuzzy and not very realistic. The reduction effect is not particularly strong. At the same time, there is a lot of ink on the paper, and basically half of the ink remains on it. In other words, only half of the ink is transferred to it, so the transfer effect is not clear enough.

    When the patterned sticky sublimation paper is baked on a heating plate, the transfer paper will curl naturally. This is because there is a special coating on the thermal paper, which is normal. If you put ordinary color inkjet paper into the plate making machine, it will not curl like transfer paper, but the color of the transferred image will be darker.