Well, sublimation is not about getting the best sublimation supplies and equipment. It merely is a part of an equation because the actual task is “how you’re doing it”. Saying sublimation a “task” is a kind of offensive to us because it’s what we’ve our soul and heart to. And to make it see it from our eyes, our goal is to simplify the process as much as we can with fun, thrill, and successful outputs so we, together, can expand the industry and let everyone bring the true colors to their favorite cup of coffee, T-shirt, or even a simple key chain.
Learning is everyone’s own headache, though, but here at press sublimation, we can promise to bring you comprehensive guides that’ll serve you the lifetime. The first one is the basic sublimation process in which we carried the process from the paper to the final substrate.
We keep trying new materials to sublimate–polymer and non-polymer. Here’s a list of a few items we did in the last year; (we did more than that, though).
And can you believe Cotton? Yes, it was the craziest one because sublimation doesn’t work on that. We mentioned the tricks in the blog with which you can also try to have 100% success. In addition, we sublimated dark shirts, another thing sublimation is not compatible with. All the tricks, methods, and process have been mentioned throughout the blogs, so it’s highly unlikely that you follow our guide and have even the slightest change in the quality.
Not just basics though, because we love hacks and we keep on creating and finding them, we’ve sublimated in sections as well with minimum to no lines in the final compiling. And here to tell, it’s not that we did it for the first time and got the results. We spend days or even months switching between our printers, paper, and color settings to achieve what we want. Of course, we don’t want that for you, so we gather all the nuts and bolts in our testing period and bring it to you in the most precise way, so you can get the results in the one time try.
In fact, we helped several home-based startups, getting going with sublimation by telling our secret recipes, and just for how we know they’re successful we want to help the entire community making t5he best use of their sublimation equipment and have their interest met well.
We’re hopeful that, by reading our blogs, you’ll definitely see a visible change in your outcomes. And as we’ve explained, multiple methods for one substrate to cater everyone in this arena despite what printer you’ve, what papers you prefer, and what is pressing method. Our guides are applicable for everyone to make their work standout and speak quality.