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The textile industry is constantly evolving, implementing the latest technology – also deriving from other industries.The use of techniques typical for printing, such as digital sublimation constitutes an example of such a peculiar combination. As a result, properly printed fabrics and knitted fabrics surfaces have become a desirable and respected carrier of important information and, above all, – advertising. This fact was recognized by the marketing specialists and the entrepreneurs concerned about their business image long time ago.Sublimation, in other words the transition from solid to gas, is a phenomenon which sparked off the injection printing technology as regards the medium. In the case of the textile industry high-woven or knitted polyester fabric (as well as their blends, cotton or other) are the most commonly used materials. Depending on the profile, one of two common methods is used:direct patterning on specially prepared material and then subjecting the final product to further fixing treatment (removal of excess dye, application of finishes)use of a transfer medium and high temperatures in order to protect the final image.

Both processes concerning digital sublimation can provide excellent visual effects as well as the optimal balance of the production costs which means an affordable starting price. What is important, it is also a cost-effective option as regards small series and even individual pieces.Where can I see clothing with prints made using this method?Among other things, you can see it during various competitions. Starting numbers (plastrons), T-shirts for running, cycling shorts, cycling outfits, ski suits, caps, warmers – all prove very useful not only as a carrier of important information (player’s name, number, country they represent, etc.), but mainly as space which can be used for advertising.Importantly, sublimation provides durable print resistant to water, UV radiation and other adverse factors. Very well presented details and clear colors, low toxicity, speed of execution as well as virtually imperceptible impact on the structure of fabrics and knitwear – those are just a few of many advantages as regards this method.