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The difference between sublimation transfer paper and heat transfer paper

posted on  2018-07-09 10:37:47

1.Sublimation transfer is to make the thermal transfer ink sublimate into the object at high temperature, and then form a bright color image after condensing. Therefore, the thermal transfer product is durable, the image does not fall off, cracks and fading. Remarks: Sublimation transfer is the use of an inkjet printer equipped with a sublimation transfer ink to transfer the image, portrait, text, etc. on the sublimation transfer inkjet paper, and then through the thermal transfer device. Heating to about 200 °C, so that the thermal transfer ink on the sublimation paper sublimes into the substrate, thereby faithfully transferring the color image on the paper to the textile, porcelain cup, porcelain plate, porcelain plate, metal and other materials. a new process.


2.The Heat transfer paper uses a special heat transfer ink to print various patterns on a special type of paper, and then transfers the pattern to the product by temperature and pressure. This special paper in the thermal transfer process is called thermal transfer paper. Transfer printing refers to a printing process in which a dye is transferred onto a fabric by transfer paper. It is based on the sublimation characteristics of some disperse dyes, selects the disperse dye sublimated at 150~230 °C, mixes it with the paste to make "color ink", and then prints "color ink" according to different design patterns. Transfer paper (this is a special paper, so called transfer paper), and then the transfer paper printed with the pattern is in close contact with the fabric, and diffuses into the fabric under certain temperature, pressure and time. Internal to achieve the purpose of coloring.






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