Dye Sub Banners
Our dye-sublimation printing process is used to print on polyester or other synthetic fabrics. The dye sublimation inks are a pigment suspended in a liquid solvent, like water. The images are printed on coated heat-resistant transfer paper as a reverse image of the final design, which is then transferred onto polyester fabric on a heat press operating at a temperature of 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Under temperature and pressure, the dye turns into a gas and permeates the fabric and then solidifies into the fibers. The fabric is permanently dyed so it can be washed without damaging the quality of the image.
Banners are available in many fabrics for indoor and outdoor applications. Unlike vinyl banners that need to be rolled to avoid wrinkling, dye sub banners can be neatly folded and are low cost to ship.