2016年5月12日星期四

We will in CITPE 2016 | Fei Yue Paper Industrial Co.,LTD


Are you working on digital textile printing? do you want to know more about textile printing? Do you want to improve your garment printing technology? Do you want to know more about increasing popular sublimation transfer printing? and do you need sublimation transfer paper, sublimation dye ink, heat transfer machine for digital printing,welcome come to CITPE 2016.
CITPE 2016
EXPO NAME:2016 (The 11th) China International Textile Printing Industrial Technology Expo(CITPE 2016)
Expo time: May 25th-27th, 2016
ADDRESS:Venue: Hall 1、2, 1st Floor, Poly World Trade Center, Pazhou, Guangzhou
Booth No.:1011
If you have free time or come to Guangzhou, pls come to our Booth to meet!
If you are interested in our product, pls contact me freely.
Whatsapp/Wechat:008618252072197 
Email:cecile@sublimationstar.com 
Company website: www.skyimagepaper.com 
Company Name: Fei Yue Paper Industrial Co.,LTD 

Factory sublimation trasnfer paper production line showcasing for digita...

2016年5月11日星期三

Distinctions between Dye sublimation printing and DTG digital printing

To get a better understanding of the benefits of digital printing, we will take a look at two of the most popular forms used for apparel decoration: direct-to-garment (DTG) printing and dye sublimation (or sublimation, for short). Though similar in some aspects, they are quite different in others.

Dye sublimation uses a normal Epson inkjet printer, outfitted with a special print head, and bulk ink system, to print sublimation inks on to a transfer paper, this transfer is then used in the heat press to "sublimate" the image onto the product. 
DTG printer uses a horizontally moving inkjet print head to apply an image directly onto the surface of a garment, which is mounted on a platen that gradually feeds the garment through the machine directly below the print head.
More info: www.skyimagepaper.com

2016年5月6日星期五

Bleeding your images and why it is sometimes useful for sublimation

With sublimation, it is absolutely necessary for the substrate you are printing on to be white or light colored in order to image the substrate.  Sometimes substrates come with just a white patch, which in many cases helps to mask that it is a sublimated item once sublimated.  In some cases, it may be like an iPhone case where the sublimatable piece is an insert and imaging right to the edge of the insert is better.
Most sublimation users will print an image onto the entire white patch to mask the patch after it has been imaged.  There are two reasons why lining up your image with the white patch would be challenging
1.)    It is difficult to measure the exact area of the white patch.  If your measurements are short a millimeter, it will show a thin white  line after sublimating.
2.)    Even if you get the exact measurements, it is difficult to align your image exactly to the white patch
The solution is to bleed your image!
Bleeding also allows you to print all the way to the edge of a sublimatable item!

2016年5月5日星期四

Digital textile printing brings new application opportunities to display print businesses

Today many wide-format print service providers are eager to determine potential new market opportunities, with prospects based on topical technologies that can determine how their jobs are going to be produced in the coming years. Over time we have seen ink formulations reach various levels of development, with some becoming more popular than others according to application type and end user requirement.

But, at the same time, other chemistries might have been demonstrating their potential but, while many of these seem to bring more advantages than disadvantages, they still haven’t caught on. One often-discussed area, and certainly not new within the realms covered by technologies suitable for display and retail applications, is that of digital textile printing. For many years, the term soft signage has been bundled in with other options when technologies are discussed but, while some manufacturers and end users have achieved great success, many haven’t found the process to be as immediately worthwhile as originally envisaged. Without doubt there are huge benefits to be engendered when working with fabrics both for interior and exterior applications. But no one will deny that there is a learning curve to get the best of the technology – and this is an element which needs to be understood by everyone involved from manufacturer down to display producer and print service provider.

2016年5月4日星期三

How to print beautiful phone case

Basic 5 steps to heat transfer T-shirt with sublimation paper

Heat pressing is a way to add your own artwork to a clothing item or personal accessory. A printed design, image or text is applied to a shirt, tote bag or other fabric item using even, consistent heat and pressure from a heat press. Follow these steps to heat press a T-shirt.

1.Choose the image or design the artwork you want to press onto the T-shirt. Ideas include a personal digital photograph, an abstract artistic design or a slogan.
Use graphic design software to create or edit your T-shirt's artwork as necessary. Horizontally flip the image or artwork using the software to reverse it.
2.Print the reversed image or artwork onto heat transfer paper. Avery is one company that sells this kind of paper. Heat transfer paper should have a clear or opaque film on one side of it.

Transfer paper with a clear film on it is used for white or light gray (ash gray) fabrics. Opaque transfer paper is for fabrics in other colors.
Load the heat transfer paper into your printer so the artwork or image prints onto the film side of the paper.

3.Cut out any parts of the transfer paper you do not want to press onto the T-shirt. Because your art's ink needs the paper's film to stay on the T-shirt, any unwanted paper you leave will have its film transferred onto the shirt.
4.Lay the mirrored artwork or image face down over your chosen T-shirt.

5.Place the artwork and T-shirt in between the plates of a heat press. Apply heat and medium to high pressure from the press to transfer the artwork or image onto the T-shirt.

2016年5月3日星期二

Let's See What Can You Print With Sublimation

Sublimation is a digital printing method for a variety of hard surface products and also includes printing onto polyester t-shirts. Because there is such a huge selection of items that can be printed with sublimation, it is a very attractive printing option.
Anything that is flat, white or light colored and is either polyester coated or made of polyester fabric. You can also print on mugs, shot glasses, etc if you use a mug press or a mug wrap with an oven. Here is a small list of popular items that sublimation can be used:

Ceramic mugs | Water bottles | Coasters | Metals | Magnetic sheets | Plaques | Name badges | License plates | Car flags | Mouse pads | Fabric puzzles | Ceramic tiles | Glass tiles | Poker chips | 100% polyester shirts and more!

The Unisub catalog has a huge selection of high quality polyester coated items for you to choose from as well.