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Dye sublimation inkjet heat transfer papers in various sizes, A4, ceramic mug size paper used for mug printing

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This dye sublimation printing paper for the WF-7835DTWF , is available in various sizes including a4 sublimation paper and mug sized for ceramic mugs which will save you time with less time cutting out.

With discounts for multiple purchases of Epson WF-7835DTWF sublimation paper you can get wholesale prices on a best sublimation paper for Epson WF-7835DTWF inkjet printer

If you are using our Epson WF-7835DTWF inks and papers we are happy to offer a free custom made ICC profile for this Epson WF-7835DTWF

We have our standard paper 96gsm as detailed here Standard Paper testing which we call our cream paper whcih gives excellent results all round and most suited for materials

We have our new paper which we call our blue papers which is 115gsm and is a good all round paper suitable for all media types with the following properties

  • Extremely fast drying

  • Excellent line sharpness

  • Superb and quick transfer properties

  • No Pizza wheels

  • Suitable for Sawgrass

Our Final paper is our white HR paper

125g premium thicker sublimation sheets ( white sublimation paper ) is designed to work specifically with Epson, Ricoh and Sawgrass SG400 and SG800 sublimation printers and provides consistent performance from printing to transfer process. - in our opinion it's one of the best sublimation papers on the market.

  • Extremely fast drying

  • Excellent line sharpness

  • Superb and quick transfer properties

  • Outstanding lay-flat performance

  • Transfer rate = 98%

  • No curling of papers

all papers

Apply for high quality polyester, material with cotton content = 30%, premium ceramic & tile, phone case & metal plate

For sublimation transfer with our HR Papers higher calandering temperatures are beneficial. For best results we recommend to use a transfer temperature of 205°C to 210°C. Using this temperature will enhance the transfer quality e.g. colour densities


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