Jetcol® TA Sublimation Paper Roll 105 GSM
Sharp imaging without ghosting
Jetcol® Thermal Adhesive (TA) is a specially coated sublimation paper that allows the paper to adhere to the textile throughout the heat transfer process without any bleeding of colors or 'œghosting". Jetcol® TA can be used on the traditional plotters but also on today's fast printers. Like all Jetcol® papers, Jetcol® TA has a high transfer yield for brighter more vibrant colors.
Jetcol® TA Markets
Customized apparel is an essential element in today's sportswear market. Properties such as vibrant colors and crisp, sharp lines are primary requirements. The special coating on Jetcol® TA provides superior adhesion to the textile, keeping the paper firmly attached - reducing the chances of ghosting while resulting in unparalleled color and consistency to satisfy any athlete at any level.
Sportswear has evolved from just being worn of the field to being a casual everyday wearable. Whetheris leggings, crop tops or jerseys, customers expect high comfort with even higher quality. Jetcol® TA's special coating allows the paper to stick firmly to the fabric to prevent lifting - thus removing any chance of ghosting and delivering consistent sharp, brilliant colors every time.
Suitable for various elastic fabrics
Avoids ghostings and shadow lines
|GSM||85 / 105|
Outside of the roll is the coated / print side
Ideal for industrial and plotter printers using water-based sublimation inks
Shelf Life: This product has a 1 year guarantee from the date of receiving if stored and handled as suggested below.
Storage & Handling: Store paper in original packaging only. Avoid direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Place roll in printing room 24 hours prior to printing to acclimate to conditions. Do not leave rolls hanging on printer.
Print Room Settings
Ideal print room temperature is 73°F (23°C) and 50% relative humidity
Maintain ideal print room climate control for good dimensional stability, flatness or paper and faster ink drying
Recommended Transfer Settings
|Temperature:||385° - 400°F
(195° - 205°C)
|Time:||25 - 40 Seconds|
Ideal settings may vary based on the process, print environment & textile.