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By now, you’ve likely heard enough about the sublimation process to know that it involves a substance that changes from a gas to a solid without ever becoming a liquid.
Time is money. I know that’s an overused cliché, but it’s still true.
A common problem experienced by many sublimators is dots — colored or white — seen on the final product or image. The following tips will help your final product appear dot-free.
If you paid attention to 2014 trends, then you saw the dramatic increase in sublimation activity. It was everywhere.
If you have ever printed an image from a computer, then you know that what comes out of the printer rarely matches what’s displayed on the screen.
How many times have you had a customer come in at closing time to place an order that needs to be ready by the next day? Well, consider those the good old days because today, more and more clients want same-day delivery.
Sublimation continues to grow rapidly in today’s marketplace — and why wouldn’t it? The process is customization friendly; it can be applied to an array of blank apparel options available in the marketplace; and more and more people are buying performance apparel.
Ghosting can ruin an otherwise flawless piece and is particularly common on dark text with a light background. By exercising caution, you can eliminate the “ghosts” and get back to great sublimation.
How would you like to bring in more money on every sale with very little additional cost to you? Does that sound like a pipe dream? Well, it’s not.