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Felix Schoeller India is known for manufacturing a variety of speciality papers for digital printing. Felix Schoeller India is the brainchild of Felix Schoeller Group and New India Imaging and their joint venture. Infused with consumer experience and backed by technology, Felix Schoeller India is set to make a record-breaking reputation based on quality and delivery. Felix Schoeller India offers a range of papers with several grades for multiple uses. They include S-RACE®, COMPU COLOR®, E-PHOTO®, and STYLine®. Felix Schoeller India is set to launch their new product-PicPrints™ Dye – Sublimation product.
PicPrints™ Dye – Sublimation paper is an image transfer paper. The Product is launched in A4 size with 100 sheets pack and is available in market. The PicPrints™ Sublimation brand is specifically in economical range to cater to wider customers looking for competitive pricing. The company is expecting a huge demand to increase. PicPrints™ will further launch Textile transfer paper also which will hit the market in coming months.
The Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, has been notified to remain as one of the key markets for sublimation printing throughout the forecasted period. Asian geographical locality where the demand from the apparel industry will see a boost in the sublimation printing markets from 2016 to 2026. Major industrial uses for sublimation printing include:
- Customized Apparel
- Promotional Items
- Sporting material
- Textile Goods
- Awards, Photo Gifts, and Signage
Due to the high demand for Dye – Sublimation products and the need to increase the scope of printing, many consumers across are asking for sublimation printed products due to their high image quality, a brilliant display of color, and longer prints life.
PicPrints™ Dye – Sublimation paper can be used to print images and texts onto caps, t-shirts, phone cases, and more. Other than being water-resistant, these papers have exceptional quality, quick to dry and high transfer rate. Like any sublimation paper, a heat press is used to transfer images onto surfaces.