Usually, sublimation transfers are pressed at 400°F.
Usually, pressing sublimation transfers at 400°F really affects the garment that you are transferring onto. It is an extremely high temperature that can damage garments and other substrates.
That’s why it can’t be understated what an innovation being able to press sublimation transfers at 310°F is… your garments will thank you for it!
Fast Sublimation On Cotton T Shirts
Easy Subli Transfers are much quicker to press than regular sublimation transfers.
Regular transfers are generally pressed for 30 seconds, while Easy Subli transfers only need 15 seconds!
This is good because, again, your garments are not under heat and pressure for an excessive amount of time, possibly damaging them. But, perhaps even better, you’re saving tons of time doing transfers in half the usual time!
How To Use Siser Easy Subli
The best way to learn and understand how to use Siser Easy Subli is to watch the process. Check out these demonstations and tutorials for the full low down.
1. Guide to Siser Easy Subli
In this first video, Rudy from Siser covers:
what you can use Easy Subli on (basically everything!)
the pros of Easy Subli
how to make a transfer using Easy Subli, the SawGrass SG400, Silhouette Cameo, & a home iron!
2. Dye Sublimation on Cotton
In this next video, Joe from Siser gives us:
an overview of Easy Subli
how to use Easy Subli with Silhouette Cameo
a bunch of Easy Subli project examples (fleece, 50/50 blends, 100% cotton…)
3. Siser EasySubli vs. Sawgrass Sublijet-HD
In this video, Heat Press Nation have compared Siser Easy Subli ink with SawGrass Sublijet ink. You can see the difference on a range of substrates (caps, t-shirts, aluminum photo panel, 100% poly tees, etc.).
The results demonstrate that SawGrass Sublijet ink is better on all the usual sublimation blanks, but, of course, Siser Easy Subli is best on cotton and dark fabrics.
The Easy Subli Inks have been formulated especially for printing on Siser Easy Subli HTV, and that is where you get the best results. It’s a bonus that they can also be used for traditional sublimation.
Check it out for yourself in this short video.
Here are some further details about Siser Easy Subli that you might be interested in, or that you will need to know.