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Dye Sublimation Shirts

Dye Sublimation Shirts are nothing short of amazing.  Filled with eye catching designs on T-Shirts, Hoodies and Tank Tops, the process of Dye Sublimation involves specialized custom dye sublimation inks, computer graphic design and industrial heat and pressure.

Dye Sublimation Shirts can be accomplished on already sewn T-Shirts but is most often used in a cut and sew environment.

Dye Sublimation Shirts

Whether you are launching a new cut and sew Dye Sublimation Shirts project or you are using existing garments for your sublimation decoration, each method offers amazing results.

If you haven’t seen a garment that was created using Dye Sublimation Shirts you should seek one out.  Sublimation Printing has the capability of producing photo realistic images, sharp design elements, smooth curves and simply stunning and vivid colors.

The process of Dye Sublimation Shirts always starts out with white polyester garments or fabric.  Sublimation inks don’t adhere well to cotton, so if cotton is used, the result will be a blurry and muted design. 

AMBRO Manufacturing is a garment decorating company with over 30 years of experience; we’ve found that using high content polyester blends 80/20 or 70/30 can work well on Dye Sublimation Shirts projects.  We have also determined that polyester family members like Rayon, Nylon, Spandex, Satin etc. … can all work well in a sublimation printing environment.

Design is just as important as fabric selection.  When working on a Dye Sublimation Shirts project, ensure that your art team designs for the garment that you are printing.  If you are designing in a cut and sew environment, be aware of where the seams will be.  If you are designing for a post sewn Sublimation Project, be aware that folding near the seams and arm pits may occur and certain design elements can mask that concern.

If you are interested in a Dye Sublimation Shirts project, please consider giving us a call (908) 806-8337 or email us.