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Hi guys,

I am TOTALLY new here, but I found there must be a lot of T-shirt lovers and also business men here. I love this place and wish I could go further later.

Our company is Photo USA Electronic Graphic Inc., as may some of you known, it has run for quite a long time in sublimation industry. Guess what, I can find some sulotions of heat press here when meeting some problems. But still you guys may go to www.china-sublimation.com for some knowledge of our industry. But still, I have to say, I love this website and it is very useful. Later I may

Hope you guys enjoy today! Right, you can also contact me.
 

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Oh sorry I continue the "later I may"

"Later I may tell you more about sublimation thing if you are interested in it."

Cheers!:)
 

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Seems some friends want to know the sublimation very much, but they don't know how. Hereby I have forwarded a topic from our website to you guys.

Sublimation printing is the application of sublimation inks onto a surface using a heat press to provide the required combination of heat, time and pressure. This combination causes the inks to be converted from a solid to a gaseous state enabling them to penetrate the sublimatable surface so that a permanent, full color image is formed. The color penetrates the surface of the item so that the result is colorful, long lasting and resistant to scratching unlike some other printing methods that merely print onto the surface of the item.

Dye sublimation printing is always done on a polyester, polymer, or polymer coated item. At high temperatures, the solid dye converts into a gas without ever becoming a liquid. The same high temperature opens the pores of the polymer and allows the gas to enter. When the temperature drops, the pores close and the gas reverts to a solid state. It has now become a part of the polymer. For this reason true dye sublimation cannot be done on natural materials such as 100% cotton. Natural fibers and non-coated materials have no "pores" to open.


From: WHAT IS DYE SUBLIMATION PRINTING? - Photo USA Electronic Graphic Inc.-- Sublimation Industry Leader Since 1992

Name: Photo USA Electronic Graphic Inc.
Phone: 0086 10 5870200
Address: Beijing, China

I will post more in some specific area. But because I am new here, so I can only now post it in this zone. Later I will tell more. Look forward to some applause! jeje......
 
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