Cut and sew sublimation is a high-fashion garment printing process, after transferring with sublimation paper,sublimation ink ,yielding beautiful full-color designs — and the only limitation is your budget.
The printing is done on unassembled pieces of fabric. And it can avoid many of the limitations (creasing, blurring) of blank apparel sublimation.
Cut and sew sublimation has a longer turn-around time .The more high-end of Stylus’s sublimation printing services is called “cut and sew all-over sublimation.”
This process is similar to the pre-made garment sublimation process. However, with cut and sew sublimation, the printing is done before the garment is assembled. This process is a bit more costly — but the quality of the final product is far superior. Additionally, cut and sew sublimation avoids many of the limitations (creasing, blurring) of blank apparel sublimation.
The cut and sew sublimation process produces higher quality results and provides more options for customization to make garments unique and set them apart from the competition. The cut and sew process takes a bit longer in production than standard sublimation on pre-made blank apparel. Our average turnaround time for cut and sew sublimation is 3.5 weeks.
The limitations of sublimation printing on blank apparel — e.g., blurring, creasing, and smudging — are completely avoided with custom cut and sew sublimation printing. However,it also has many advantages ,one of it is
your own choice in which parts of the garment you want decorated with sublimation and which parts you want solid. Instead of solid fabric, remember you can always opt to decorate with an embroidered area, foil screen printing, or another style of garment decoration. This is part of the beauty of cut and sew apparel manufacturing — the only limitation to what you can do is your budget!