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The dos and don'ts when printing sublimation
How does fabric blend affect print quality?
All-over printing or sublimation is a print process where your design is first printed on paper with dye ink, and then transferred directly onto the fabric with heat. Sublimation lets you cover all of the garment with your design instead of, for example, DTG printing where the print area is much smaller. In general, sublimation works best on smooth surfaces where the majority of the fabric is made out of a polyester blend. Each of our fabrics has its characteristics to consider when design
Why is the color of my design different from the actual product received?
All designs created and uploaded are in the RGB color format. Our software automatically converts the RGB file to a CMYK file, as that's the format that the printing is done in. The best practice to see if certain colors change a lot is to convert your RGB file to CMYK in Adobe Photoshop, and analyse if there are some major color differences. After which you can make adjustments to your print colors if needed.
Is there a difference in quality between 150 and 300 dpi?
To determine whether there is an actual visible difference between 150 and 300 dpi, it’s important to keep in mind the printing method and the size your final work will be displayed at. With Subliminator, all our products have their own individual design templates. These design templates can be found in Product & Pricing → Product Info Here you will see that each product has its own **Product I