Dye Sublimation - Dubow Ink Type 15”W x 19”H 1 Piece White 100% Polyester CMYK Dye Sub...

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  • Dye Sublimation

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    FAQ

    Max Imprint Size

    Minimum Quantity

    Garment Compatibility

    Ink Type

    15”W x 19”H

    1 Piece

    White 100% Polyester

    CMYK

    Dye Sub Dye Sub

    Dye Sub Patch Dye Sub Patch

    Art is printed with special sublimation ink on treated paper. Then the paper is placed onto the garment in the requested location. Using a heat press, the heat and pressure cause the ink to change into a gas which then absorb into the fibers of the garment. After that the paper is removed and the garment is complete.

    Sublimation is a white polyester process. The vaporized ink (gas) cannot apply nicely to other fabric materials. Blended garmetns are possible but the imprint will appear much more faded on the cotton parts of the blend compared to the polyester parts.

    Since sublimation cannot be used with underbases a white garment is HIGHLY reccomended. Think of it as a blank canvas for painting. If we apply sublimation to colored garments, what should be white becomes the color of the garment, and the entire imprint takes on the hue of the garment color.

    Q: What are press marks? A: Due to the amount of heat and pressure necessary for the process, a outline from the paper can sometime be seen around the artwork.

    Q: Does the sublimation come out in a wash? A: Sublimation effectively perma-dyes the fabric of the garment. Nothing, not even bleach, can remove the imprint from the garment.

    Q: What shirts are recommended? A: Any 100% Polyester White material, we can go as low as 50% poly but the imprint will appear faded.

    Q: Do you do all over prints? A: We used to, but that has since been removed due to the market trending towards cut and sew sublimation.