SWIMWEAR-230 GR/M2 RECYCLED POLYESTER LYCRA - SEAL - WHITE PRINTED BY SUBLIMATION
Sublimation is defined as the act and consequence of sublimating, that is, going directly from the solid state to the vapor state. Making matter go from the solid to the gaseous state, without going through the liquid state at any time, is the action of sublimating. What we call textile sublimation is a technique that is used mainly to personalize or print white 100% polyester garments. It is the ideal printing system for technical garments as it allows perspiration. Heat is normally applied with a press or thermal iron. Printing is done using special inks in inkjet or laser printers. The heat changes the impression that has been made on the paper to a gas, which penetrates the surface of the polymer or polyester. Allows an almost photographic reproduction Advantages over other techniques: Sublimation printing does not go with anything: the ink has chemically fused with the fabric. It is priceless to the touch, does not weigh, does not make you perspire, etc ...
Material: 75% POLYESTER, 25% ELASTANE
Stamping: SUBLIMATION (POLYESTER)