No.I am considering switching to TexPrint Tacky paper in lieu of tacky spray. I understand that the adhesive activates during the heat press phase BUT am wondering if there is a lower (non-sub temp) temperature that the adhesive will activate, adhere to the substrate, but not begin the ink sublimation process.
Mainly I am wondering of there is a way to adhere the paper to the substrate before actually placing it into the press without gassing the sub ink?
Not sure if I am making sense or not.
For example... perhaps at a low temp of 100F the paper will adhere to the substrate but the sub ink will still remain dormant until placed into the press @ 400F.
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