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GPA Announces New Heat Transfer Material

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL – GPA proudly announces their new Ultra Digital Heat Transfer Paper for HP Indigo presses. Designed for application to white and light-colored fabrics, this material offers superb ink adhesion for true-to-life image reproduction, and is HP Indigo certified for guaranteed performance. Its enhanced liner removes easily once applied to fabric for total image transfer and vibrant results.
The advanced liner of Ultra Digital Heat Transfer Paper releases from the printed side at a lower temperature than similar products and requires less time on the heat press, which translatesinto faster turnaround times and lower energy costs. It is also very soft to the touch and leaves no polymer outline around the printed image.
This material is excellent for creating personalized t-shirts, mouse pads, coasters, baby bibs, aprons and beyond. It stands up to multiple washings when applied to cotton or cotton/polyester fabrics, and will not crack when applied and washed properly. Stocked in 12 x 18 sheets, Ultra Digital Heat Transfer Paper is readily available for same-day shipment.
GPA is the premier source for specialty substrates and solutions for offset anddigital printing. Products include coated and uncoated papers, pressure sensitive and specialty papers, synthetic films and substrates exclusively engineered for HP Indigo presses. GPA is an HP Indigo Preferred Partner and a Diamond Partner of Dscoop (Digital Solutions Cooperative). For more information on GPA or the products it offers, visit www.askgpa.com or contact GPA Customer Support at 800-395-9000.


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