Wikipedia says: A dye sublimation fabric printer is a computer printer which employs a printing process that uses heat to transfer dye, or what we might call ink to a medium such as a plastic card, printer paper, poster paper, or fabrics. It is the method of applying an image to specially coated ceramics, metals and polyester cloth, using three main ingredients: dye sublimation fabric ink, heat and pressure. A coating is applied to protect the end product from ultraviolet light. By using this method we are able to create vibrant colors and image reproduction on fabric that gets you notices at your next trade show or convention.
Dye Sublimation Fabric Uses
Here are ten reasons to use dye sublimation fabric process:
- Large areas of coverage up to 120″, (larger if sewn together)
- Fabric types include: Poly poplin, Poly Knit Fabrics, and Outdoor mesh
- Structure design: Curved walls and straight walls 14′ to 30′ in width.
- Different mounting options: Pole Pocket, Velcro Webbing, & Grommet
Dye sublimation Fabric Options
Let us show you some options for:
- Convention Displays
- Trade Show Display
- Portable Media Display
- Point of Sale Displays