Sublimation refers to the process of the immediate transition of a substance from the solid to the gaseous aggregate state. The sublimation printing is especially suitable for breathable sportswear such as jerseys or textiles with at least 85% polyester content.
Digital printing prints directly onto the garment without any additional material.
In the screen printing process, the stretched silk is provided with a frame and brought into a photosensitive state. The ink is pressed through the openings on the silk onto the underlying print object.
Although it has a high cost compared to printing, for centuries it has been the most suitable system for the healthcare system.
Transfer printing is a warm and dry printing technique. In view of the numerous sample and color options, it has become more of an artistic process in recent years.
Transfer printing has no time-consuming operations. Therefore, it is significantly shorter in production time than the other printing methods. Thanks to gravure technology, even very complex designs can be perfectly printed. This technology, which is not used in other textile presses, is an important factor in the choice of transfer printing.
The application is a processing technique that is made by attaching a different piece of fabric to the fabric by various needle techniques.