The difference between hot transfer ink and ordinary ink
1. Hot transfer ink is also called sublimation ink, which is a disperse dye ink, which is a water -based ink. Unlike other ink, the hot transfer ink should be transferred to the item after high temperature before it shows the original one to appear the original one. Color, the colors printed on the transfer paper were not the final color. After transferring it, the original color could be displayed. Our company introduced high -quality ink in foreign countries, and the ink was verified by the ISO9001R quality system; it has a complete chromatography, bright color, and good coloring strength; The characteristics of green environmental protection.
2. Special paper for thermal transfer, the special paper of thermal transfer can be uniform, and the hot transfer ink is fully absorbed. At high temperature, the absorbed heat transfer ink is completely released from the paper, and the dispersing rate reaches more than 95%. Transfer the color to the surface of the transfer object.
3. Special coating for thermal transfer: In order to make the heat transfer ink apply more on the surface of the object, you can cooperate with the thermal transfer coating to achieve a satisfactory transfer effect.
4. Scope of application of thermal transfer process: The thermal transfer process is suitable for the transfer of the fabric and the surface of the hard items treated with coating. The fabric is mainly polyester and polyester cotton, and hard items are resistant to high temperatures, such as film, metal, glass, porcelain slices, porcelain cups, PVCs, etc. After a dedicated hot machine, the image is transferred.
5. The principle of thermal transfer process: The heating phenomenon of heat transfer ink at high temperature, the dyes on the paper at high temperature will directly change from the solid through the high temperature to the gas, so that the color is transferred from the thermal transfer paper to the transfer to the transfer to the transfer to the transfer to the transfer.