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LQ Sublimation Ink

FO-GR Sublimation Ink was designed for offset printing. It was used on all kinds offset printing machine such as single-color, dual-color and multi-color offset printing machine. Be adaptable to the demand for medium-speed or high-speed printing.
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LQ-GR Sublimation Ink was designed for offset printing. It was used on all kinds offset printing machine such as single-color, dual-color and multi-color offset printing machine. Be adaptable to the demand for medium-speed or high-speed printing.

 1) This sublimation ink is safe for the environment and has no harm to skin. It does not belong to corrosives.
 2) There is no accumulation of ink on the rolls and the number of machine washings is greatly reduced.
 3) Black is very intense and gives good coverage without domination of the other colors.
 4) With high printing performance and outcome.
 5) Have no skinning within one month.


 




Product Name 


Sublimation Ink

Brand Name 

LQ

Model 

LQ-GR

Available Color 

Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black 

Shelf Life 

3 years 

Printing Type 

Offset printing 

MOQ 

100kg 

Package 

2kg/can, 6cans/carton 

Certificates 

REACH of SGS , DGM , ROHS , MSDS




 Conditions of transfer printing
 Fabric Name Temperature of transfer printing Pressure Time
 Polyester Fabric 190-220 0.5kg/cm2 15-30s
 Polyester low flexibility Fabric 190-220 0.5kg/cm2 15-30s
 Three-acetate fiber Fabric 190-220 0.5kg/cm2 15-30s
 Nylon Fabric 190-220 0.5kg/cm2 15-30s
 Acrylic Fabric 190-220 0.5kg/cm2 15-30s
 Two-acetate Fabric 190-220 0.5kg/cm2 15-30s
 Gather Propionitrile Fabric 190-220 0.5kg/cm2 15-30s
Color fastness
ColorMagentaYellowBlueBlack
Rank433


Use Method of LQ-GR Sublimation Ink:
 1)  The first part is very simple and resembles exactly to normal process of offset printing. Precisely in the same manner, we offset print the artwork (as mirror image) on the offset paper using sublimation offset ink.
 2) Put the printed paper on substrates, such as polyester and nylon fabric.
After offset printing, put the printed paper on the surface of the substrates, and with printed surface facing downwards on the surface of substrates.
 3) Put both the paper and substrates on the heat press.
And heating time and pressure is applied using a heat press. The ink sublimates i.e. converts to gaseous form and gets deposited "into" the surface, thus transferring image.
 4) Finally, take out paper and fabric from heat press, the final product will be born.