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Sublimation Jigsaw Puzzle 360 pieces A3 - Cardboard

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034302

A 360-piece jigsaw puzzle you can personalise using sublimation printing.

  • Made of white cardboard with gloss finish - A3 size.
  • Delivered with a cardboard frame and support platform that will prevent the pieces from moving.
  • Print area: 41 x 29 cm

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How to sublimate this jigsaw puzzle?

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More information about the 360-piece A3 cardboard puzzle for sublimation

  • Original jigsaw puzzle with 360 pieces that will show the photo or image of your choice when correctly set up.
  • In Related Products, you will find appropriate boxes to store and give away this puzzle.

DIMENSIONS (APPROX.)

Including the frame
44 x 32 cm
Thickness 5 mm
Without the frame 41 x 29 cm
Print area
41 x 29 cm

Recommended instructions and parameters for sublimation printing

  • Print the design in mirror image.
  • Preheat the press to 200ºC.
  • Place the puzzle on the press' lower plate and the paper's printed side against it.
  • Close the press at medium pressure for 40-50 seconds.
  • With the aid of a protective glove, remove the newly printed puzzle.
  • Remove the paper carefully.

More Information
Ref. 034302
Gross Weight (kg) 0.268
Billable Weight 0.2948
Dimensions (mm) 440 x 320
Print area (mm) 410 x 290
Thickness (mm) 5
Colour White
Surface material Cardboard
Items Jigsaw puzzles
Marking techniques Dye Sublimation
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