Dye Sublimation Printing
Part 3 of our Printing Series blog is here already, we have been busy showcasing our different print methods and which prodycts we can create with them.
This week we are focusing on Dye Sublimation printing.
Sublimation printing is a heat processed printing process in which a “sublimation transfer” is first printed on to a specialist roll of paper.
Then this paper is heat pressed against the fabric or substrate causing the ink to turn into a gas and bond to the substrate, the result is vibrant full colour prints that are permanently part of the fabric, they will never come off.
The beauty of sublimation, much like laser toner, is that it can be printed on to hard surfaces such as mugs, wood, glass and more, as well as fabrics.
As we are expanding our product range, this printing method is becoming increasingly utilised for gifts & accessories such as custom phone cases, leather products, glass panels, mugs and more.
One of our favourite things about Sublimation printing is that it can be used to print designs on to all sorts of products and it gives vibrant, permanent results.
For example, in the photo above – you can see that the bottom half of the vest is printed using our design, this could not be achieved with any other method!
You can design your own custom t-shirts, mugs, phone cases, bags, accessories and more right here online with MYOG Prints and we will print them and send them to you, wherever you are in the world.
Our new range will be added to the website soon, along side our usual iron on transfers, vinyl letters and tees.
Our design tools allow you to create your own products & see exactly how they will look before placing the order, it’s really simple!
Looking for wholesale custom clothing?
We’ve got you covered.
Visit our parent brand Signature Printing and check out the huge range available!
We hope you enjoyed the third installment of our printing series, we will be back this time next week with Part 4: Vinyl Printing.
Now, we are off to enjoy the sunshine (and maybe a beer or two!)
Have a great bank holidayweekend all.