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Welcome to the Artful Sublimation World!

Check how it works

What is Sublimation?

Sublimation is a printing method where special inks are printed onto transfer paper and then heat-pressed onto a material. The heat turns the ink into gas, which bonds with the material, creating a vibrant and long-lasting print. It's particularly popular for custom apparel, promotional items, and unique gifts because of its precision in replicating detailed, full-color designs.

DIY Personalized Gifts

From Concept to Creation: The T-Shirt Design Transfer Journey

Prepare tools and T-shirt.

Choose "Mirror Printing" setting and print.

Press it better with the heat press.

Wait until cool down. Remove the sublimation paper quickly and done!

FAQ

What materials can use for sublimation printing?

Sublimation printing is versatile, suitable for items with ≤30% cotton content, like T-shirts, cloth, pillow cases, mug cups, quilts, cross-stitch, shoes, socks, caps, ceramics, canvas bags, decorative cloth, hoodies, flags, banners, phone cases, mouse pads, baby onesies, underwear, puzzle, metal plates, key chains, dog shirts, tumblers, etc..

What printers for sublimation printing?

Kamo sublimation ink is compatible with all Epson inkjet printers. Kamo sublimation paper is compatible with all Epson, Sawgrass and Ricoh inkjet printers.

How is sublimation quality and durability?

Sublimation printing is known for its durability and longevity. The process involves using heat to transfer dye directly into the fabric or surface, resulting in a design that effectively becomes part of the substrate. This technique ensures that the print is resistant to fading and wear, often maintaining its quality for a decade or more.

Why is my transferred image ghosting?

Ghosting occurs when the transfer shifts during the heating process, leading to a misalignment of the dye. This can happen if you press and move the transfer, then press again, or if you peel the paper while it's hot and then place it back down.

Why is my image printing out blurry?

Blurriness in printed images is often due to issues with the printer. It's important to start by ensuring your image is high resolution and of good quality. Additionally, make sure the printer nozzles or heads are clean, as this can impact print clarity.

What are the best time, temperature, and pressure settings for sublimation?

The settings of a heat press machine, including temperature, pressure, and time, will vary depending on the materials used. If you are new to sublimation, it is advisable to practice on some scrap materials before creating your special gift. Make sure to read the instructions specific to the item you are pressing. If the colors appear dull after transfer (for example, black looks brown), consider reducing the transfer time accordingly.

Can I use a household iron?

No, we suggest use heat press machine.

Why does my image appear dull on the paper?

Sublimation prints often come out looking dull and muted but will become brighter and more vibrant after being heat pressed.