Heat Transfer also known as Sublimation Printing, is the process of transferring images to a large variety of products without messy inks by-products or screens is possible with Heat Transfer Technology. The process is fast and it lasts.
In the early days, Heat transfer printing were principally used in the printing of novelty items, such as polyester tops and t-shirts. Today heat transfer printing has gained significant importance and favor in several industries - especially in the apparel industry as an alternative for printing fabric in an agile manufacturing environment.
Heat transfer printing is clean and environmentally safe, which makes it appealing in today's health and safety conscience work environments. There are no suspect liquid by-products. The only by product is paper. Heat Transfer printing is the primary element in apparel manufacturing operations utilizing the increasingly popular agile manufacturing. It is the perfect medium for the demands of today's marketplace - short run and sample production.
Our rotary transfer machines are often used to print fabric continuously (roll to roll) and to print large fabric parts such as signs and banners which may be too large for a standard platen press. Our machines can also be used to print sports apparel and other cut apparel parts. These machines are more productive than platen machines for sublimation printing on cut apparel parts and are therefore used when production volume is high. C Print it's capable of printing over 8000 yards a day, using 3 production level oil drum based heat transfer machines.