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March 3rd, 2020 10:09 AM
sublial
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

It is pretty simple. just print the color with the sublimation printer on the {B}paper
Then print the white toner on the {A} paper.
Put the two papers together and press them to remove the color onto the A paper.
Now press onto the shirt for 50 seconds with HEAVY pressure to cold peel.
ALL DONE { 5 minutes}
March 3rd, 2020 08:12 AM
sketchgeek
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

Quote:
Originally Posted by sublial
The coating that is on the paper with the dyes releases from the paper when heat pressed onto the shirt and the paper is cold peeled from the shirt thus only leaving the white coating and the color dyed image on the shirt.
AL



Hi Al,
Could you please post a video of your process. Seems very interesting.
February 23rd, 2020 04:29 AM
doubler82
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

Quote:
Originally Posted by sublial
You can by sending a PM with your address for free samples.
AL
I would love a free sample if possible as well. Pm'ing
February 22nd, 2020 05:51 AM
sublial
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

You can by sending a PM with your address for free samples.
AL
February 21st, 2020 09:53 PM
randelllao
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

Quote:
Originally Posted by sublial
The coating that is on the paper with the dyes releases from the paper when heat pressed onto the shirt and the paper is cold peeled from the shirt thus only leaving the white coating and the color dyed image on the shirt.
AL
oh i get it. thanks! that's an amazing product! i wish i could try it for myself
February 20th, 2020 11:04 AM
sublial
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

The coating that is on the paper with the dyes releases from the paper when heat pressed onto the shirt and the paper is cold peeled from the shirt thus only leaving the white coating and the color dyed image on the shirt.
AL
February 19th, 2020 12:23 AM
davidjhn127
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

When printing the substrate, go from the lightest color to the darkest. This is similar to CMYK color configuration where we start from yellow which is the lightest and end with black.
February 18th, 2020 09:09 PM
randelllao
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

good day sir! how is this different from a dark transfer paper? your post a while back said that "DYES from the sublimation fully outgas into the coating of the B paper that is adhered to the cotton shirt". so from my understanding the "B paper" is stuck on the shirt like a dark transfer paper. Sorry for being ignorant. we dont have much access to new innovations in shirt printing here in the philippines.
February 18th, 2020 11:31 AM
sublial
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

wrong again. know hand and can,t feel any edges.
AL
February 14th, 2020 01:12 AM
webtrekker
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

Quote:
Originally Posted by sublial
Wow, you are the first one who didn.t like these transfers.
AL
Or the first one to express an honest opinion maybe?

What I'm saying is that they look like transfers stuck onto a garment and not anything like a sublimated print. They're comparable to JPSS judging from the photos you've supplied.

Without seeing the actual product I'd guess these have a 'hand' and you can feel the edges of the print.
February 13th, 2020 06:06 AM
sublial
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

Wow, you are the first one who didn.t like these transfers.
AL
February 12th, 2020 07:37 PM
pmzirkle
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

Try the JDS Tag transfer material
February 10th, 2020 03:08 AM
webtrekker
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

Quote:
Originally Posted by sublial
I am going to upload some printed Dark cotton shirts for you to see.
AL

Sorry Al, I'm not being funny here, honest, but they look terrible. They're nothing like a sublimated or DTG shirt.
February 9th, 2020 07:42 AM
sublial
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

I am going to upload some printed Dark cotton shirts for you to see.
AL
January 31st, 2020 06:57 AM
FXCreations
Re: Sublimation printing on dark garments?

so do you guys consider a DTG UV for printing on textile rather using these method..or we stick to eco solvent which is better and less headache ... than using dark heat transfer papers.
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