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Help In Understanding These Chemicals for Sublimation Process

02/22/2017 2:11 PM

Hello everyone I am Trying to start a At Home Business,and Although I have did My homework and found the Application formula ,I am Having Trouble Understanding What They are.. What I need is a Epoxy Resin/Poly Thermosats/Thermosets That will allow Heat up to 400 Degrees On Heating Press..This application would Be applied to a Printing Paper then allowed to dry,Then Printed image in sublimation inks then pressed Onto 50/50 Cotton/Poly Blend Material.I have found the Method if anyone can help with the Break down of these .....And If there is anything On The Market that can be Purchased already Mixed.. Any Info would be Greatly Appreciated

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02/22/2017 2:49 PM

What type of printing or technique would you call this?

https://www.slideshare.net/88azmir/advanced-garment-rinting

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02/22/2017 4:24 PM

It is Sublimation Printing, And There is a Poly base Liquid applied to the Blank Paper that you can Purchase already Prefabbed ,Then the image is Printed on it and then applied to Material,But If I can figure out this Poly Base I can Make my own Paper...

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02/22/2017 5:52 PM

Custom Sublimation Paper Starting At $.20 / Sq Meter Contact For More Details RoHS & Reach Certificate · Eliminate Ghosting Issues · Sublimation Paper Roll · Quick Drying Time Types: Fast Dry, Full Sticky, High Speed Printer…

http://www.subtransferpaper.com/product-category/products/dye-sublimation-paper-products/?gclid=CjwKEAiAirXFBRCQyvL279Tnx1ESJAB-G-QvJyCI7y8YPGVx8sWlS_QPC2dsGTlErD2h3Klxc0dVuxoCPffw_wcB

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200 Sheets of ZIP! Dye Sublimation Transfer Paper Non-tacky 105g 8.5" x 11" 200 Sheet Package, ZIP-8511-200-NON105

$10.00 etsy link

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02/22/2017 6:48 PM

I found a recommendation that this will work....you may need to experiment a bit to get thickness right...spraying your blanks with 2 part urethane clearcoat is supposed to work well....don't know if you come out cheaper than just buying the paper in bulk from overseas....

http://www.automotivetouchup.com/urethane_clearcoat.aspx

http://www.finishing.com/465/05.shtml

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02/27/2017 8:30 PM

Thank You so Much This is more along the lines of what I was Looking for,I knew there was Things you could Buy threw Warehouses But I also Knew there were things you could Buy On the open Market That would Yield the same results,Again Thank You for The Recommendations!!

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