18 Years Factory heat transfer SublimationTransfer Paper for Ceramics for Swaziland Factories

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Quick Details Material Type: Paper Material: White Paper Application: Textiles Type: Sublimation Transfer Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland) ...


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  • Material Type: Paper
  • Material: White Paper
  • Application: Textiles
  • Type: Sublimation Transfer
  • Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
  • Model Number: Dye Sublimation Paper
  • Product name: Sublimation Paper
  • Regular Size: 0.61/0.914/1.118/1.6/1.9*100M
  • Ink: Water Based Sublimation Ink
  • Gram weight: 70g(80/90/100/110/120g also available)
  • Color: Pure White
  • Quality: A
  • Transfer rate: 95%- 98%
  • Drying time: 30s
  • Delivery time: 3-5 Working Days
  • Packing: OEM

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Packaging Details: exported standard package;yours
Delivery Detail: 3-7weekdays

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