How to heat transfer sublimation ink onto polyester textile?

Usually, The dye sublimation inks are a disperse dye suspended in a liquid solvent, like water. The images are initially printed on coated heat-resistant transfer paper as a reverse image of the final design.
Transfer printing applications of disperse dyes, the sublimation temperature should be lower than the melting point of fiber macro molecules and the principle of not damaging the fabric strength, the polyester is more suitable processing temperature of 180-210 ℃. In this temperature range, the dye sublimation of the molecular weight of its varieties are between 230-270 degree. 
1) The first part is very simple and resembles exactly to normal process of digital printing. Precisely in the same manner, we print the artwork (as mirror image) on the sublimation transfer paper using sublimation ink .
2) Put the printed paper on substrates ,such as polyester and nylon fabric .
After digital printing, put the printed paper on the surface of the substrates , and with printed surface facing downwards on the surface of substrates.
3) Put both the paper and substrates on the heat press.
And heat ,time and pressure is applied using a heat press. The ink sublimates i.e. converts to gaseous form and gets deposited "into" the surface, thus transferring image.
4) Finally ,take out paper and fabric from heat press ,the final product will be born .
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