What advantages of dye sublimation printing?
Dye sublimation process is a permanent infusion process. Hence, it allows the tees to be washed, ironed and even steamed without losing any clarity of the design printed.
Sublimation printing has many advantages over inkjet printing. Inkjet printing can only use four colors. By printing individual dots of the four colors, an inkjet printer can create the illusion of additional colors and tones. However, up close, you can see the different dots that make up the field. This looks, and is, unprofessional.
On the other hand, sublimation printing, by layering the different dyes, can create a solid field of color of any tone. This leads to a professional and attractive look.
Uses of dye sublimation printing
Sublimation is the industry standard for all professional printing.
One of the big advantages of dye sublimation is that it doesn’t rely on the traditional printing technique of laying down colors as individual dots, which when viewed closely appear exactly as that – a grid of dots with white space between them – with the result that the image is less lifelike and realistic.
Instead, the unique way dye sublimation printing applies ink to the page gives the resulting image a big quality boost. That’s because as those vaporized ink colors permeate the target surface, they fade in through gradation at the edges of each pixel (which are the building blocks of a printed image). This gradation process means there isn’t a noticeable white gap between the pixels, giving the final image a much more robust and natural look.
Another way dye sublimation printing is better than other printing technologies is that it is longer lasting. Think of it this way. When printing something with an inkjet printer, for example, the image is literally painted onto the exterior of the target surface, one dot at a time.
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