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How do you get what’s on the screen to your sublimated substrate? 

One of the things that are crucial to making sure that what you see on the screen is what is printed. So the way you do that would first you would need to make sure that your color profiles are selected I have tested several profiles and I have found that Epson Vivid has given me the best results however each result may vary depending on the paper you use.

The paper I use is ASUB

A-Sub also has the rolled paper which is what we use in the Print Shop here for our larger format items when we are using the Epson printers. Color profiles can vary from paper and not that any other paper is bad however this is the paper that we started out using and it works best for Hard and Soft substrates.  Which has become a universal paper for our print shop as we test other papers we will update with a paper war so that you guys will know as well what works for us and how we liked them. how the items come out and our clients love them as well the paper is so affordable that anyone can get to go with them.

A-Sub also has the rolled paper which is what we use in the Print Shop here for our larger format items when we are using the Epson printers. Color profiles can vary from paper and not that any other paper is bad however this is the paper that we started out using and it works best for Hard and Soft substrates.  Which has become a universal paper for our print shop as we test other papers we will update with a paper war so that you guys will know as well what works for us and how we liked them. how the items come out and our clients love them as well the paper is so affordable that anyone can get to go with them.

 

Check out the video with my settings of how I used to set up my settings. 

Now your settings can vary however this is how I go about it here at the print shop. 

 

 

Here’s the File To download here