Sublimation production systems typically fall into one of two categories: narrow (desktop) or wide-format.
Though they aren’t focused on sublimation, several decorators who have added this decorating technique to their traditional screen-printing businesses have seen it grow faster and produce better margins than the more traditional processes their shops offer.
Modern sublimation technology has made it easy to enter the world of digital apparel printing. New advances in sublimation printing systems have yielded high-definition (HD) printing quality, a wider range of stunning colors...
Adding hard-surface sublimation to your current lineup of services is a great option regardless of whether you’re just starting a business or have been decorating for years.
Spring is the perfect time of year to refresh your shop (e-commerce or bricks-and-mortar), attracting current or potential customers.
One of the neat things about a sublimation operation is that it can be located virtually anywhere because of the small equipment footprint. Even so, a dedicated work space and efficient layout are necessary.
All forms of apparel decoration present challenges that must be overcome; it’s simply a natural part of the learning process. You didn’t jump in the driver’s seat of a car and instantly start driving. It took training, time, patience...
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.