Silkscreen & Sublimation_2

> Sublimation & Silkscreen

Both the Sublimation and Silkscreen treated as a substitute to an offset and inkjet printing where it can be applicable to any soft material or hard substance which other printing method don’t. Thus, It gives more flexibility to the printing over solution. 


Sublimation aka Heat transfer is a kind of printing that uses heat to bind a design to a fabric.

sublimation printing is easy and cost effective, so it’s great for smaller batches of personalised printing. It can be used to transfer a detailed photographic designs without a miss.

Heat transfer printing can also be used to get great results on items like lanyard, bags, clothes or items with awkward shape which Silkscreen hard to be applied.


Silkscreen aka Screen printing is the process of pressing ink through a stencilled mesh screen to create a printed design.

It’s a popular technique used to print onto a fabric, textile, wood, metal, plastic, and even glass.

One of the reasons that the screen printing technique is so widely used is because it produces vivid colours, even on darker fabrics. The ink could lies in layers on the surface of the material, which gives the print a pleasingly tactile quality.