A3 Light Fabric Transfer Papers for Inkjet Printer
Jet Light Paper is a compatible print and transfer inkjet paper that works well with light-colored materials. For graphic design on any fabric, including shirts, jeans, sweatshirts, caps, banners, and mousepads, this transfer paper is ideal. made to work with any market-available inkjet printer. Using any heat press machine on the market, transfer paper can print any pattern and transfer it to any medium. In contrast to other transfer paper brands, Jet Light Paper generates outputs that are more focused and distinct.
Additionally resistant to burning quickly, this transfer paper can handle intense heat and pressure. The A3 Jet Light 349 is a comfortable media that is ideal for lengthy and mass production because it is simple to peel off and doesn’t stick back to paper. Overall, Jet Light Paper is a top-tier transfer paper that can be relied upon for high volume production and long-term use. Once again, this transfer paper consistently exceeds consumer expectations and is a reliable choice for Thermal Press Transfer Printing.
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Every inkjet printer model is compatible with Jet Light Paper as a printing medium. However, original ink should be used to get the most out of this printing and transfer paper. To get better results, set the quality choice to “Photo Quality” and the standard to “Normal” printing. Never forget that the Transfer technique always requires the print to be transferred facing the medium, thus before printing the design on the paper, set the design pattern to Print Mirror Image.
Check to see if the print is completely dry by pressing the transfer paper for 5 seconds with the heat set at a lower degree. Trim the design as necessary and eliminate the unprinted films. Now take off the backing paper and set the printed film down just where you want it in the medium. After that, lay the provided release paper on top of the design and use the typical heat and pressure settings to press the transfer paper onto the medium. Once the transfer is complete, gently peel the paper away from one corner. While the paper is still hot, proceed with caution.
Setting recommendations for light mediums include:
350 degrees Fahrenheit or 175 degrees Celsius
10 second interval
Approximately 40 lbs. of pressure
Instructions for Washing and Ironing
To prevent scuffing and harming the design print, wash inside out. Only use cold water to wash the finished product. USE ANY TYPE OF BLEACH OTHER THAN BLEACH TO WASH THE MEDIUM. After washing, put the item in the dryer right away rather than letting it air dry. Avoid heating the sections of the design medium that have printed images on them when ironing.
Cotton, polyester, poly/cotton, or 50:50 blends for fabrics produce the greatest results. Before creating bulk orders, it is advised to print and wash test one output to make sure the ink is compatible with the medium.
Until they are actually used, keep transfer papers in the plastic bag to prevent them from becoming wet. If the container needs to be closed after every usage, check that.