For over 25 years, JETCOL® has revolutionized the sublimation printing industry. With the introduction of JETCOL® DHS, the hard substrates market is headed for a revolution in paper performance.
For the hard substrates market, this new sublimation paper provides many more benefits. JETCOL® DHS is equipped with a coating that keeps the ink on the surface of the paper, which leads to a reduction of transfer time.
JETCOL® DHS make it easier than ever before to image professional digital photography on hard surfaces with impressive photo quality.
In order to get the best results out of the paper, Neenah Coldenhove will support ICC profiling for the best results.
Furthermore, the back of the paper is printed with a grid pattern, making it easier to determine which side of the paper needs to be placed on the substrate for proper transfer and for alignment of the image.
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Neenah Coldenhove Jetcol DHS Sublimation Paper Care & Instructions
Temperature: 400°F (200°C)
Time: 30-120 sec. (depending on substrate)
- Print on the side without the grid.
- Print your image mirrored.
- Do not use too much ink. Jetcol® DHS needs less ink for deeper colors due to high transfer yield of applied ink amounts. Create a new profile or use the Jetcol® DHS color profile in the Sawgrass VPM or other printer driver for best results.
- Be sure the ink is dry before transferring.
- Protect the press from sublimating dye by covering the platen with plain paper.
- Place printed paper with image-side down on top of the blank substrate.
- Use heat resistant tape to hold position.
- Recommended transfer temperature 400° F (200°C).
I truly love how my sublimation jobs come out. I use this on Poly shirts (colors pop) and aluminum plaques. Great stuff!
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