TexPrintXP plus 140gsm High Release Dye Sublimation Transfer Paper - Large Format
TexPrintXP”plus” is the finest water-based inkjet dye-sublimation print media available.
TexPrintXP”plus” is a heavier weight paper that provides consistent performance from the inkjet printer through to the thermal press. TexPrintXP”plus” renders the richest colors and maintains truest tone, print to print, batch to batch & month to month. Soft surface application or hard, TexPrintXP”plus” gets the job done right, every time.
TexPrintXP”plus” is designed to resist cockling during inkjet printing, dry quickly to the touch and rewind without wet-transfer.
TexPrintXP”plus”´s silicate coating forms a vertical grid. When heated inks filling the grid outgas, creating a vertical plume of heated dye-gas emanating from the printed sheet surface. The directed flow of gaseous dye results in the richest color application to irregular receptor surfaces.
TexPrintXP”plus” is recommended for Mimaki JV4 - JV3, Roland Pro II and Mutoh Falcon II/Viper printers.
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