Dye sublimation transfer printing is one of the most outstanding technological innovations that has brought about tremendous changes in the printing industry for the last few decades.

With dye sublimation, printers can reproduce a wide range of vibrant colors fast on various substrates with a color permanence outlasting any other printing technique, and that at much lower costs without requiring large minimum order quantities.

If sublimation ink was the key enabler to put this technology into practice at the outset,
it can be said to be the sublimation paper that is leading development in today¡¯s dye sublimation industry. Indeed, sublimation paper has continued to evolve for decades to better meet the industry¡¯s demand for higher printing quality and productivity, the latest version of which is represented by two key features: hybrid and high speed. While hybrid paper, by enabling the industrial users to cover both fabric and hard substrates with the same media, can dramatically streamline the production process, high speed paper makes it run faster and more profitable.

RealJet VHS, Mirae P&D¡¯s first response to this market trend, is an integration of those two features in one grade, available in 105,140 and 75gsm. Another feature unique to RealJet VHS is its mild stickiness: sticky enough to prevent ghosting when transferred onto fabrics, but not too much to interrupt easy release. For more information, see Intro_VHS and TechData_VHS : 105 and 140gsm and its economy grade 75 gsm.

For those who need a full stickiness on the entire surface of textiles, we have RealJet THS 105 gsm.

Specially designed for roll-to-roll transfer on textiles, it remains perfectly coupled with fabric during sublimation process and provides excellent color rendering without any fusion in the colors close to each other. Most importantly, this tacky paper dries as fast as VHS 105 gsm after printing which means faster than HS grades of other brands