Sublimation printing an alternatieve to the crisis

Many people seek to venture into new business and a booming market is sublimation printing. With this activity, many business owners have found the way out to undertake and stay financially.

Sublimation printing as an alternative to the crisis

Despite the crisis, many people continue to pursue new business and a market that makes room for it is that of clothing personalized with the sublimation technique. 

With this activity, many business owners have found a way out to stand out and stay financially. The sublimation printing area is growing and many services are emerging due to its high demand.

Sublimation is a process of printing on fabrics and materials. It consists of transferring sublimation ink from one transfer paper to another material, such as a synthetic fabric. 

The fabric must be 100% polyester. The method is known to be a competing technique to silkscreen.

This technology has been taking up space as it is versatile and compatible with various materials such as glass, porcelain, ceramics, and the fabric. 

This makes the product range wide: mugs, slippers, pens, glasses, vases and chandeliers. So, many other items can be created and marketed on an industrial scale.

The technique also allows for small-scale production, fashion, sportswear, and promotion textiles. There also include pillowcases, custom sheets and towels, cell phone case, tiles, squeezes and so many other items are personalized with photos and phrases. 

This level of personalization turns out to be a source of income for many small businesses.

According to a product expert at Stork Promotional Products, a sublimation print factory Thailand, “Sublimation is present in all fashion segments, from the popular to haute couture.” 

And there are good forecasts for the market to grow even more in relation to this type of service. 

“We at sublimation print factory Thailand are prepared, have the technology to meet market demand and can reap the benefits in the future,” he also adds. This market grows because the process is flexible and requires no minimum amount of production.