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LexJet Announces InFuze Dye-Sub Transfer Papers

New transfer papers are for textile, apparel, rigid substrate and multipurpose use.




LexJet (Sarasota, FL) announced its new line of dye-sublimation transfer papers, LexJet InFuze™. The line includes four new papers for a multitude of applications, including textile, apparel, rigid substrate and multipurpose use.

The InFuze line of dye-sub transfer papers feature a proprietary microporous ink-receptive coating that handles and performs better than other papers on the market, according to the company. The microporous coating is different in that when the ink is printed, it sits on top of the paper, rather than soaking into the paper, like other that are considered “swellable.” The coating also helps to minimize ghosting of the image, even with heavy ink loads.

Here are the four new transfer papers that cover a wide range of substrate applications that optimize dye-sub capabilities:

  • Multipurpose: For transferring on flexible fabric or rigid substrates, like mugs, promotional items, banners, snowboards and more.
  • Textile: For a wide range of flexible polyester fabrics for fast fashion, sportswear, banners, flags and other soft signage.
  • Apparel: Made with a tacky surface that’s designed to prevent slippage between transfer paper and elastic-type textiles, like moisture-wicking, quick-dry performance sports apparel.
  • Rigid Substrate: Approved by ChromaLuxe® as an optimized transfer paper for metal panels used for wall art, table tops, high-end photo art and more.

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