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Providing high quality sublimation transfers, supplies, and more – since 1999!
Transfers for white or light poly and poly/cotton blends plus 1000’s of other items
Transfers for white or light cottons and blends
Supplies, blanks and equipment for dye sublimation and general heat press applications
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Dye Sublimation?
Dye-sublimation printing (or dye-sub printing) is an imaging process which uses heat to transfer dye onto materials such as a synthetic fabrics (such as polyester), metals, glass and plastics.
What Is Your Turnaround Time?
For most projects we can usually print the product in as little as one business day.
Can You Sublimate Cotton?
No. Organic fibers, such as cotton, do not accept the sublimation dyes. However, you can sublimate popular blends such as 50/50 and 65/35. Only the polyester fibers will accept the dyes. So the higher the percentage of poly, the brighter your graphic will be. If you use a 50/50, the resulting image will have a washed out or faded look. Perfect for some types of graphics and not acceptable at all for others. It just depends on your customer’s expectations. Try our new Sublimation Simulator for a virtual visualization of your actual artwork on various colors and fabrics!
Is Dye Sublimation Better Than Screen Printing?
Dye sublimation is considerably more durable than screen printing because you will actually dye the fabric instead of melting plastic on top of it. The resulting image will not crack, peel or fade. There is absolutely no feel or “hand” to the printed graphic. Dye sublimation also allows for more intricate designs and colors to be used. You can print full color graphics, even photos with no additional costs.
Is There A Minimum Order?
There is no minimum order required! You can order as little as one sheet if needed.
Can You Print on Black or Darker Colors?
Since there are no pure white sublimation inks, we can only dye the fabric darker. For example: if you have a photo of a white poodle and you press it on a pink shirt, you will then have a pink poodle. Try our new Sublimation Simulator for a virtual visualization of your actual artwork on various colors and fabrics!