Glitter Insanity Sublimation Paper

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Incredible quality on hard substrates

Jetcol® DHS offers a way to print complex images with stunning quality on to hard surfaces faster that ever before. This revolutionary dye sublimation paper is equipped with a coating that keeps the ink on the surface of the paper. This leads to a reduction of transfer time using less ink with greater transfer yield resulting in a larger color gamut for brighter, vibrant results.


 

Specifications:

Do not use too much ink. Jetcol DHS needs less ink for deeper colors due to the high transfer yield of applied ink amounts. Create a new profile or use the Jetcol DHS color profile in Sawgrass VPM or other printer driver for best results.

CHARACTERISTICS

High transfer yield

Requires a shorter transfer time

Large color gamut


GSM 120
Ink Coverage
Transfer Yield
Dry Speed

GENERAL

Image must be printed in reverse

Desktop and wide format to print on the side without the grid

Shelf Life: This product has a 1 year guarantee from the date of receiving if stored and handled as suggested below.


Storage & Handling: Store paper in original packaging only. Avoid direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Place roll in printing room 24 hours prior to printing to acclimate to conditions. Do not leave rolls hanging on printer.

 

PRINT ROOM SETTINGS

Ideal print room temperature is 73°F (23°C) and 50% relative humidity

Maintain ideal print room climate control for good dimensional stability, flatness or paper and faster ink drying

GENERAL TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS

Protect the press from sublimation dye by covering the platen silicone / Teflon sheet

Place printed paper image-side-down on top of blank substrate

Hold paper with heat-reistant tape - after transfer remove paper quickly in even motion

RECOMMENDED TRANSFER SETTINGS

Temperature: 385° - 400°F
(195° - 205°C)
Pressure: Medium to heavy
Time: 30 Seconds*

*Depending on type / size of substrate, transfer time can vary from 30 seconds to 2 minutes.