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WHAT IS SUBLIMATION?

Sublimation process uses special heat dyes to print graphics, text and any image onto transfer paper. The paper is then placed on the fabric and heat press together.

When completed, the image on the paper has been transferred to the fabric . now you can run your finger across the surface of a sublimated garment and you will feel no printing marks only the fabric.
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Sublimation is always done on a polyester, polymer, or polymer-coated item, in the case of team uniforms 100% polyester garments. At high temperature,  the solid dye vaporizes into a gas without ever becoming a liquid.  The same high  temperature opens the pores of the polyester fabric and allows the ink vapor to enter. When the temperature cools, the pores close and the gas reverts to a  solid state trapping the ink into the fiber of the fabric.  It has now become a  permanent part of the fabric.

sublimation

This is why dye sublimation can’t be done on natural materials, such as 100% cotton. Natural fibers and non-coated materials which have no “pores” to open cannot accept the gas vapor. The ink particles are designed to bond with polyester, and ignore everything else. It is like trying to mix oil and water with most natural materials.

A DYE impregnates color into a material and this color change is permanent. SUBLIMATION refers  to the change from the solid, to the gaseous state without becoming liquid.

dye sublimation t-shirt printing
dye sublimation t-shirt printing


SUBLIMATION refers to solid dye particles that are changed into gas using heat and pressure, which then bond with any polymers present and change back into a solid.
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Dark materials cannot be used with the sublimation process so all of our dye sublimated apparel starts out as solid white fabric. Garments decorated with a dye sublimation transfer cannot be removed like images on shirts decorated with screen printing. Again, this is not ink that sits on top of the fabric; it is a dye that penetrates the fiber of the fabric. This is why all of our dye sublimated team uniforms are guaranteed to never fade, crack or peel.

Heat Transfer T-shirt Printing

heat-transfer-tshirt-printingHeat transfer t-shirt printing

Heat transfer vs. Hand Iron
No matter what type of paper you use, you will always get good prints with a heatpress. Even the most expensive iron can’t match the quality. Heat transfers are used to print custom printed graphic designs and photographs to 100% cotton and drifit t-shirt, tote bags. The heat transfer paper has a film on it and this is the side that is printed on. After printing, the unprinted part of the transfer sheet is trimmed and the transfer is placed on the shirt and both are heated in a heat press with medium to high pressure. When the heating cycle ends, the head of the press is lifted and the transfer is complete. all prints are very durable and easy to wash.

this is the printing process

this is the peeling process

Embroidery

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Embroidery

Embroidery is a process of stitching design on the fabric. It is best on thick fabrics like polo shirts and towels. Click here if you want to find out how to order or..

Here are the process of embroidery..

Step 1 ( Set the design on the embroidery software )
Most embroidery software has preset fonts and patterns to start with to reduce work time

embroidery-software

Step 2 ( load the colour treads needed )
next to load the colour treads needed for the design

embroidery-tread

Step 3 ( set the location of the embroidery )
the operator now will frame the location for embroidery with a hoop

embroidery-framed

Step 4 ( load the frame onto the machine )
now the operator will set the hoop onto the machine

embroidery-load

Now they are ready to start embroidery…
here’s the video of the whole process…