Why do sublimation printing for graphics?

When it comes to the science-meets-art world of dye sublimation, there are a few missteps that will lead to a wasted product. There are, of course, the "user" errors which are usually chalked up to experience as we try to ignore our wastage factors. There is no one to blame but ourselves if we've printed to the wrong side of the paper, transferred a plaque image upside down or accidentally mirrored a transfer print destined for a glass tile. It is quite another story when the wasted product comes as a result of a blurry, pixilated or discolored final image. These types of mistakes can be avoided; you should be getting the highest-quality images.
Sublimation allows for an extremely detailed, full-color graphic to be imprinted onto most of the hundreds of ready-to-decorate blank substrates available from your dealer's catalog. Hard substrates like coated woods, plastics, metals and ceramics are more conducive to showcasing detailed images than softer substrates like polyester fabric because of the smooth surface and dense coating. Just as with other printing technologies, there are a variety of image and graphic formats the typical sublimation user will come into contact with regularly. In the sublimation world, you should always be working in RGB format to match your computer and peripherals. All elements of your design should be in RGB color mode, no matter the graphic type used. In the simplest breakdown, we can usually categorize the file or graphic as either a bitmap/raster type image, a vector-based image or an application-specific graphics file.
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