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With dye sub printing, the graphic is initially printed on coated transfer paper as a reverse image of the desired final design. This is then transferred onto a polyester fabric in a heat press operating at a temperatures near 375 F. Under this high temperature and pressure, the dye turns into a gas and permeates the fabric, which then solidifies into its fibers. The fabric is now permanently dyed so it can be washed time and time again, without damaging the quality of the image. Some popular fabrics to use with this print method for trade shows, home shows, and office decoration are: heavy knit, mesh for jerseys, power stretch, flag, poplin, sheer, poly knit, poly satin, poly silk, poly linen, and poly georgette.

Common names/types of dye sublimation printing:
  • Mesh Dye Sublimation
  • Heavy Knit Dye Sublimation
  • Power Stretch Dye Sublimation
  • Flag
  • Poplin
  • Sheer
  • Poly Knit
  • Poly Satin
  • Poly Silk
  • Poly Linen
  • Poly Georgette
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