Best Way Sublimation Printing On Polyester Fabric
So why do we need to print onto polyester with dye sublimation printing? Polyester is a plastic, so when enough heat is applied, it begins to melt, allowing the pores to open up. When heated, the dye sublimation inks change from a solid to gas, and this gas can then enter into the open pores. This means that it is possible for the ink to be transferred to the polyester fabric or the polyester coated hard surface. This is not possible for materials such as cotton, paper, wood or wool which scorch and burn when exposed to temperatures required to activate dye sublimation inks (typically 180-200°C ). But don’t worry, you are not going to be limited to just 100% polyester fabrics. As we have already mentioned, there are many products and materials which are coated with polyester, and they look stunning when printed. The opportunities are extended further through the availability of polyester sprays, allowing you to coat products yourself.
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