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Sublimation Printing Technology combine Laser cutting solution
http://www.unilasertec.com 2019-8-23 17:08:58 1

Sublimation Printing Technology combine with Unikonex Laser cutting solution

Sublimation printing technology applies heat to bring ink and fabric together, consequently to print the colorful pattern design on Fabric, like sportswear, team wear, football jerseys, lady fashions etc., more reference picture and video can visit unikonex www.unilasertec.com.

First, the pattern design shall be printed onto special transfer paper. The inks are used to be gasification when heat applied, then the pattern permanently transferred onto the fabric. The effects are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded into the fabric or substrate rather than simply laying on surface like a normal print.

The sublimation transfer machine called Calender,  the heat opens up the pores of the fabric, then with the applied pressure the ink cools and returns to a solid form.

The result is really a permanent , full colour image that won’t crack, peel or wash away from the substrate, the process allows the ink to go from a solid to a gas without turning to liquid, the conversion is initiated by the heat with setting temperature under design pressure.

This quick and effective print method is growing in very popularity recent years for smaller batch orders by quick fashion style and those designs that rely on the customer design. The process is also known as ‘all over printing’ as it allows you to choose a design that can literally go from seam to seam.

The best price vision laser cutting system is really suitable for this new application, which unikonex vision laser machine will parallel working with digital printer like Epson, Mimaki, Roland, the Heat transfer machine like Monti Antonion, Pengda.

Unikonex Technologies Laser cut textiles and fabric includes and not limited to:

Silk, Nylon, Polyester, Faux Fur, Fleece, Leather and Leatherette, Lycra, various Mesh fabrics, Ripstop materials, Ultrasuede and other Fibers, Cotton, Neoprene, Felt Natural and Felt Synthetic, Suede Leather, Rubber and rubberised textiles, Tyvek...