The Archival Pigment Emulsion Transfer System was developed by Bonny Lhotka. Her DASS ART line of products enables users to coat uncoated papers for inkjet printing or transfer images from pigment-printed, Inkjet Transparency films to a wide array of substrates, including paper, metal, plastics, ceramics and more.
DASS ART SuperSauce Concentrate is used with isopropyl alcohol to make SuperSauce Solution. Use the solution to move pigment inkjet images from DASS ART transfer film to a variety of substrates. Mix with 91% isopropyl alcohol (not included) to make the SuperSauce Solution, in small batches. You can also use undiluted as a primer for transfer processes.
SuperSauce Matte is used for transfer projects where a non-glossy surface is desired. Dries clear. Matte works best on porous surfaces but can be used on non-porous surfaces as long as you start with a primer coat of gloss concentrate. When working on wood or paper, using matte will prevent sheen outside of the image area.
SuperSauce is a medium used to move pigment inkjet images from DASS ART Transfer Film to nearly any flat substrate like fine art papers, metal, Dibond®, acrylic, p95 acrylic, mixed media work on canvas, smooth fabrics, smooth wood, stone paper, copper, anodized aluminum, aged aluminum, Medex®, glass, tarlatan canvas panels, CineFoil, fine black sandpaper, sign blanks and cracked surface panels made with DASS Universal Inkjet Precoat II. There are many other substrates that can be transferred to as long as they are smooth and clean. When transferring to nonporous surface, SuperSauce Concentrate is sometimes used as a primer, and then activated with SuperSauce Solution. To make transfers onto porous materials, only the SuperSauce Solution is used. SuperSauce can also be used to create skins and decals which can then be applied to non flat surfaces.
**Not to be used with dye based printers.
To be used with DASS ART Film.