Ordered 17 days ago and still haven’t received my order. I spent $80 on my order and nothing. Not even a email with tracking number or anything. I will not be ordering anymore from A-Sub I don’t care how good their product is. This is ridiculous.
Post office damaged but resent out new one when contacted
I love this paper. When printed and pressed the colors are so vibrant.
Images transfer very well even on fabrics not 100% polyester.
I have used it on 65% polyester and 35% cotton with very good results. Ofr course when the fabric is 100% polyester the colors are vivid and transfer great!
Sublimation Transfer Process
Mirror printing with sublimation ink, A-SUB® sublimation ink is recomended.
Place printed image faced down on the substrate, use heat press machine to transfer
Peel off the printed paper immediately. Achieved result with an brilliant color effect.
A-SUB Sublimation Paper FAQ
What is the difference between A-SUB 125GSM , 120 GSM and 105 GSM sublimation paper?
125gsm Sublimation Paper:
125gsm Sublimation Paper is often chosen for designs that require high-quality printing, intricate details, or bold colors. It's commonly used for items like custom t-shirts, garments, and textiles that demand a professional finish.
120gsm Sublimation Paper:
Slightly lighter than 125gsm, this paper is still substantial enough to handle detailed prints but might have a slightly more delicate feel.
120gsm Sublimation Paper can be used for a variety of applications, from basic t-shirt designs to more detailed graphics. It provides a balance between quality and economy, making it a versatile choice for different printing needs.
105gsm Sublimation Paper:
This type of Sublimation Paper is relatively lighter compared to the others, which can result in a softer feel on the transferred design. It might be suitable for designs with fewer intricate details.
105gsm Sublimation Paper is often selected when comfort and a softer finish are priorities. It might be used for casual wear or applications where the design detail is less critical.
Can I sublimate on dark fabrics?
Unfortunately no. Printing dye sublimation inks onto darker fabrics is still an issue. You cannot sublimate on dark fabrics because these materials are already colored. If you want to sublimate on any colorful fabric other than black, you can use a darker ink-like black and make your printing visible.
Are there recommended print settings?
Here is print setting (need choose mirrored ) . Please kindly check it.
Papertype: Presentation Paper Matte
Color Correction: Custom :Advance
Color Mangement: Color Controls
Color Mode: Adobe RGB Gama:2:2