don't know if this is the correct thread to post this question or not..
what is the difference between watermation and dye sublimation?
also I am searching for a company that does the all over printing directly to the fabric, then creates the clothing. I have found here the link to inyourfaceapparel - but does anyone know if there are other companies that offer this exact same service?
The Gildans are not poly, so I guess they won't work for dye sublimation without the design looking faded, right?Doing sublimination the printer needs to print on poly garments. If you do dtg printing you can print on the cotton gildans as they are made to print on natural fabrics. Hope this helps. You should not have fading issues as long as the printing is done right with the dtg. Also with dye sub the same thing, as long as they print on poly it wont fade.
The Vapor Apparel T's are more of an athletic cut. The Vapor also have the moisture wicking Intera yarn which does just that ... keeps one cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter.Anyone have a t-shirt preference for dye sub printing...Soft'Link or Vapor?