I have a very specific project and am trying to determine the best way to do it. I have a multicolor 8"x9" design with a complex border (can be downloaded in PSD format at http://www.stevehash.com/Aaron.zip ) that I am trying to get laminated into a prosthetic leg. To do this, the design needs to be printed on some sort of fabric. The fabric will then be laminated into the prosthetic leg by being applied to the carbon fiber mold before a chemical called "resin" is poured over the carbon fiber mold to harden it. The problem is that the chemical bond that takes place between the resin and the carbon fiber sometimes distorts the color of a design being laminated. The best materials for laminating this way are nylon or lycra, they don't fade as much. I have some black lycra that has been sewn to fit the prothetic leg, I just need a way to transfer the custom design onto the material. I have looked into opaque heat transfers but I am afraid the ink might run in the laminating process. Sublimation sounds good, but I can not find a local business that can do it, or an internet company that will take such a specific project, and I am not sure it would even work on lycra. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, I would appreciate them.