I've just started on this sublimation lark. When printing out your designs etc, what paper setting should you use? I have been printing as if using normal paper, but wondered whether I should be setting it up as using photopaper or similar?
I had a thought and so I printed out a design using grayscale so as to remove any possible problem with the other colours. The design printed out what looked perfect black, but on the flag it again appeared as a very dark green. It did look blacker when pressed onto a mousemat.
Would this indicate it is more likely to be a problem with either the paper I am using or with the temperature / pressure settings?
For doing sublimation I use a SUB LIMATION POWER DRIVER and sublimation paper ( accuplot)
I recently printed out a designs to put on a license plate it was to be black and siver and on plate it came out brown and white once I downloaded power driver which will give you a list of materials you want to sub to such as
unisub products, mousepad,ceramic,metal,polyester fabric
Once I chosen what material I wanted to sub to and printed it and sublimated to item it came out with the colors I was expecting and designed it to look like.
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