How Do You See The Re-Dry Process of Dye Sublimation Textile Printing
Sublimation textile printing or otherwise known as heat transfer or dye sublimation, is a printing technique that uses heat to transfer dye onto a range of products and garments.
In digital dye sublimation printing, the ink is heated into a gas, then diffused and solidified into the chosen medium. As a result, sublimation printing is known as one of the most durable printing techniques, ensuring colour will never fade, wash out or tarnish.
Re-drying process in order to make the dye sublimation paper part of the carbonization of uniform, taking into account the flat screen printing gap production and processing of printed defects can easily lead to drying after drying room varying degrees. Therefore, to reduce the temperature after the drying room in the rolling mill on the re-charcoal to the impact of rotten cotton charcoal effect to determine the speed of speed, to achieve the purpose of uniform carbonization, stable product quality.
During dye sublimation printing, the solid particles of high release sublimation ink change into a gaseous state under controlled heat and pressure. Thereafter, the gaseous particles stick to the fibers of the substrate (a base material on which an image is transferred). Once the substrate is removed from the heat source, it cools down. The dye particles are embedded into the substrate.
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