Product Description of 100ml Dye Sublimation Ink
1. Color: Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow. 100% Compatible With EPSON Printer
2. Complete Supply Chain, We Alos Offer The Refillable Ink Cartridges And CISS
3. The Professional Technical Team To Support You When The Problems Arise
4. Rigorous Factory Testing Before Delivery, Exquisite Packaging, Longer Print Life
5. Using The Environment Friendly And High Quality Materials , Giving You The Best Print Quality
6. The Reliable Print For Standard Result, Offer You The Affordable, Professional-quality Printing
Dye sublimation ink is used in a special printing process that allows the ink to permeate the surface of the object being printed rather than just sitting on the surface. The ink is specially designed to allow the sublimation process to take place, but what is in the ink that allows this to happen? Below is a breakdown of what is actually in dye sublimation ink.
How to Make Your Own Dye Sublimation Blanks and Material with dye sublimation ink?During this printing process,it will accept dye sublimation ink during a heating process. A soft substrate does not require a coating but has specific requirements for accepting sublimation ink under a heat press. The substrate must be polyester or a blend of synthetic materials. Purchase blanks ready to imprint or in bulk rolls for custom design.Fill the paint sprayer with a clear polyester coating. Attach the sprayer to an air compressor to apply the coating to the selected substrate. Common substrates for use in the dye sublimation process are fiberglass re-enforced plastic (FRP), medium-density fiberboard (MDF), and ceramic tile. Since you are making your own blank, the substrate should be uncoated.Spray one coat of the liquid polyester onto the surface of the substrate. Allow to completely dry before applying a second coat. Do not touch the coated substrate. Allow at least two hours for the coating to completely dry. Apply a second coat.Test the product after the two coats of polyester liquid are dry. This is required. For example, imprint an image onto the finished substrate using a heat press with even, firm pressure. Or introduce the imprinted substrate into the environment it is intended for. If you are coating a "dishwasher safe" ceramic coffee mug, run the product through a dishwasher. If you are creating outdoor signs onto FRP, place a few samples of the finished product outside for several days.