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1. Tools Needed To Start Up Dye Sublimation Printing Services
June 01, 2017

LAST UPDATED ON: July 17, 2019 Determine Your Market The first thing to do is to determine your target market. Are you going for graphic designs on mouse pads? Try checking out that competition in that category. See what big Asian companies are marketing mouse pads for. They are going to be your main competitors. In case you’ll steer away from them and target the smaller market within decent margins, study the local competition for the said product. Be sure to know what clients are going to benefit for the product itself. If you’ll go with mugs, check again with the Asian mark... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

2. Premium Presentation: Dye Sublimation Inkjet Printing
June 18, 2016

LAST UPDATED ON: January 16, 2019 If you’ve been in business for years, you’re probably aware of how the sign and banner business has transformed continually. Quickly advancing technological breakthroughs have changed everything about the printing business from capabilities to costs. Are you using the best possible quality for your banners? If you’re not using dye sublimation inkjet printing, you’re not putting the best foot forward for your company. Dye Sublimation Technology Dye sublimation printing started with the use of ribbon technology. It used a process like thermal... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

3. Improve Your Marketing Campaign with Dye Sublimation Banners
March 16, 2016

LAST UPDATED ON: December 6, 2018 Dye Sublimation may, at first, sound like a very unpleasant sort of experience one might encounter, but it’s actually a new printing technique that is leaving vinyl banners in the dust. Why is Dye Sublimation better than digital printing on vinyl? Allow me to explain. The Fabric of Choice Unlike vinyl, polyester fabric is used to create Dye Sublimation Banners. The dye actually sinks into the porous fabric, becoming one with it. This method has staying power color-wise that vinyl just can’t stack up to. When digital printing is done on vin... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

4. JORDAN RETRO 4 STENCIL FLEECE CREW
March 12, 2015

Details: Combines the comfort and warmth of brushed French terry fabric with the nonrestrictive fit of a long-sleeve crew. Its design features the "stencil" pattern—a graphic inspired by the mesh inset on the AJ IV basketball shoe. Brushed French terry fleece helps keep you warm. Ribbing at the cuffs, hem, and neckline snugs the fit. Tape for comfort along the back neck. 77% cotton (10% organic)/23% polyester fleece. Imported. Size: CHEST - With your arms relaxed at your sides, measure around your chest at the armpits, over the fullest part of your chest and shoulder bla... (read more)

Author: Kim Pham

5. Quilter Secrets for Making a Warm Quilt
January 20, 2015

When your goal is to make a warm quilt, what extra steps should you take to keep comfortable during a cold winter or when sitting in the stands of a football game in January? When winds are blowing, you are much more concerned about the insulating properties of a quilt vs. the decorative ones! What Makes a Quilt Warm? Since a quilt consists of a top fabric, a batting in between for warmth, and a backing fabric, finding ways to increase warmth through one of these components is the logical choice. Choices for the top fabric. When quilting, the fabric that you use for the top of ... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

6. Are Poplin Fabric Banners Durable Enough as Parade Displays?
December 14, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: May 30, 2018 I'm assuming you're using a polyester poplin material for the banner as that's the only poplin banner material that can be printed with dye sublimation printing? Secondly, what exactly are you planning to do with this banner in the parade that might worry you about durability!? The Polyester Fabric Polyester fabrics are generally pretty durable, and for use in a parade, I can't think of any reason or usage, rain, snow, sun, or whatever, that would hurt a polyester poplin fabric banner. The dye sub print process permanently infuses the poly fa... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

7. What Do You Call a Large Fabric With Printed Graphic Designs
November 19, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: May 30, 2018 There are a lot of options here we can talk about, with a lot of ways to put designs on a large piece of fabric, or we can make a large piece of fabric using lots of pieces to make a design. Quilts Off the top of my head, the first thing that comes to mind is a quilt, which is usually a lot of little pieces of fabric sewn into one large tapestry, then most often a batting of something fluffy like a fleecy polyester or the like is placed between the decorative piece of material and another large single sheet of fabric to create a decorative quil... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

8. Are Diamond Era Caps The way of the future?
October 04, 2014

Are Diamond Era Caps The way of the future?  In 2013, New Era introduced a new cap material that they've dubbed "Diamond Era" due to the diamond-shaped pattern in the fabric, which is made of 100% polyester. These 5950 fitted caps have replaced the 3930 stretch-fit caps for  both spring training and regular season batting practice. Players had long complained about the 3930s, which have a material that has been described by players as feeling like a "wet towel" once it starts to absorb sweat. They made their debut at the 2013 MLB Spring Training. Several teams also wore them in a few regular... (read more)

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9. Is It a Must to Use Polyester Fabric in Dye Sublimation Printing of T-Shirts?
September 27, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: March 21, 2018 There has been a lot of experimentation with various natural fibers and mixed natural fibers (like the 50/50 cotton tee), and for the most part, it is best, when using true dye sublimation printing on fabric, to use polyester fabrics. Some have reported success with the 50/50 cotton tees, but most prefer to use available digital printers that have the proper inks for adhering to cotton, or screen-print inks which are also formulated for cotton or 50/50 t-shirts. It is important to understand how dye sublimation printing works to be able to justi... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

10. What are the Different Types of Banners Available for Printing?
July 20, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: February 11, 2018 Quite a few if you break some of the major categories into individual pieces. Also, some banners that were popular in past years have all but faded from the scene due to changes in technology and printing. Main Banner Categories The main categories in existence today are PVC, or vinyl banners, and fabric banners. Both of these categories are fairly expansive, and I will not go into all the nuances of each material, but I will give a good overview of the more popular choices. Vinyl Banners The number one most popular banners in ... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

11. What are Drapery fabrics?
July 09, 2014

Drapery fabrics are those fabrics which are used for covering your home and office windows, in other words it is basically used for window covering. Many types of fabrics are used for draperies, but every fabric is not suitable for every wall, because there are many colors of fabrics, some are light, some are dark, and some may be too much light and dark. The whole fabric and color depends upon your wall design and color, which one will suit your wall. The whole drapery fabric depends upon your room. There are many types of drapery fabric like synthetic fabric, cotton fabric, or polyester... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

12. Magical Fabrics
July 04, 2014

Read here: http://inditerrain.indiaartndesign.com/2014/07/magical-fabrics.html Very often, a refreshing change in the visual atmosphere can work wonders for the overall décor. Take a pick from our variety of fabrics and the options we propound on refurbishing with fabric… While items of furniture and the colour of your walls, for that matter even your layout remains unchanged for years, the only other element in your décor – your upholstery, drapes and other loose covers call for an inviting reassurance that you still have a home as good as brand new! A wide variety of fabrics are ... (read more)

Author: Chirag Sharma

13. Dye Sublimation or Screen Printing: Which is Better?
June 29, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: February 1, 2018 Without thinking about the cost, which is better - dye sublimation or screen printing? While you could, in theory, print a fabric banner using screen printing equipment (t-shirts are most often screen printed and they're made of cloth), the wider variety of things you can screen print cannot be printed using the dye sublimation printing process. Primarily Used on Polyester Fabrics Here's a short explanation to back up what I'm saying. Dye sublimation banner or display printing is almost exclusively done on polyester fabrics, whether it's ... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

14. Indoor Vs. Outdoor Banners - Image Print Resolution
May 14, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: January 14, 2018 How Indoor banners Differ from Outdoor Banners Generally, a banner that can be used indoors can also be used out-of-doors. However, there are some differences in construction that should be noted if you know that your banner is going to be used out-of-doors. With an indoor banner, we generally assume that there will be very little wind to affect the banner, so finishing can be done fairly simply, or not at all in the case of fabric banners. With dye sublimation printed cloth banners, the polyester can be hot knife cut to seal the edges so that ... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

15. Kora silk sarees online
April 05, 2014

http://www.unnatisilks.com/sarees-online/by-base-fabric-sarees/kora-silk-sarees.html Kora silk or organza is a thin plain weave sheer fabric traditionally made from silk. These are woven from thin continuous filaments of silkworms. Many modern organzas are woven with synthetic filament fibers such as polyester or nylon. Silk organza is woven by a number of mills along the Yangtze River and in the province of Zhejiang in China. A coarser silk organza is woven in the Bangalore area of India. Deluxe silk organzas are woven in France and Italy. It is used for bridal wear and eveningwe... (read more)

Author: rani raj

16. Satin silk sarees-One smooth creations of silk
April 01, 2014

http://www.unnatisilks.com/sarees-online/by-popular-variety-name-sarees/satin-silk.html The Satin is a fabric made from silk. This particular fabric weave, results from a natural fibre such as silk or from synthetic fibers such as Rayon, Nylon or Polyester or any such, woven in a certain way. The definition of the satin is known to have a glossy surface or sheen on one side and a dull lacklustre finish on the other. The cotton like natural fibers are used to make satin, it is known as Sateen. Satin is generally used for making items of clothing mostly for women. This particular f... (read more)

Author: vanaja rani

17. The Beauty of Organza dress material online
March 27, 2014

http://www.unnatisilks.com/salwar-kameez-online/by-popular-variety-name-salwar-kameez/organza-salwar-kameez.html Organza is a thicken, sheer fabric that is traditionally woven from silk. It is also woven from synthetic fabric materials like polyester or nylon. The organza is a slightly coarse and smooth fabric based on how nicely it is woven. It is dull in appearance and has very good tensile strength. Organza is used in making of evening dresses, sarees, bridal trousseaus etc. It also serves well for dress trimmings and inner linings in ready fabrics. The salwar kameez are also ma... (read more)

Author: rani raj

18. Outstanding Organza salwar kamiz online.
February 22, 2014

http://www.unnatisilks.com/salwar-kameez-online/by-popular-variety-name-salwar-kameez/organza-salwar-kameez.html Organza is a thin, plain weave, sheer fabric traditionally made from silk. Many modern organzas are woven with synthetic filament fibers such as polyester or nylon. Silk organza is woven by a number of mills along the Yangtze River and in the province of Zhejiang in China. A coarser silk organza is woven in the Bangalore area of India. Deluxe silk organzas are woven in France andtaly. Organzas is used for bridalwear and evening wear. In the interiors make it used for e... (read more)

Author: vanaja rani

19. Rubber wood, coconut shells and fabrics tested for use in hybridcomposites - Cell Phone Data Cable
February 15, 2014

Each of the hybrid composite fabricated: Cotton fabric reinforcedhybrid composite (CtRHC) and Polyester fabric reinforced hybridcomposite (PeHC), was reinforced with two, three and four layerscotton or polyester. The control samples were the composite withoutany textile fabric reinforcement. Flexural strength, impact strength, water absorption and thicknessswelling tests were conducted to determine the mechanical andphysical properties of the fabricated hybrid compositesrespectively. On the other hand, the composite materials have good properties ifthe substances are strongly bonded wi... (read more)

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20. Vibrant Crepe silk sarees online.
February 14, 2014

http://www.unnatisilks.com/sarees-online/by-popular-variety-name-sarees/crepe-silk-sarees.html Crape or crepe is a silk, wool, or polyester fabric of a gauzy texture, having a peculiar crisp or crimpy appearance. Silk crape is woven of hard spun silk yarn in the gum or natural condition. There are two distinct varieties of the textile soft, canton , or Oriental crape and hard or crisped crape. Thin crepe is called crepe de chine (Chinese crepe). The wavy appearance of canton crape results from the peculiar manner in which the weft is prepared the yarn from two bobbins being twisted togeth... (read more)

Author: vanaja rani

21. Satin Silk Sarees Are Smooth Creations From Silk
February 11, 2014

The Satin Silk Saree is a satin fabric made from silk. It is the fabric weave, resulting from a natural fibre such as silk or from synthetic fibers such as Rayon, Nylon or Polyester or any such, woven in a certain way. By its very definition, Satin is known to have a glossy surface or sheen on one side and a dull lacklustre finish on the other. When a natural fibre like cotton which has short staples is used to make Satin, it is known as Sateen. Satin is generally used for making items of apparel, mostly for women. It also finds use in clothing accessories for men and interior furnishings. ... (read more)

Author: vanaja rani

22. Profitable Uses of Banner Displays
February 03, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: November 28, 2017 There are a lot of ways you can use banners profitably in your business. Let's take a look at a few ways you can accomplish what you need to do with banners. 2 Types of Banners Before I start, though, I will mention that there are two major types of banners that are used in most businesses - vinyl (PVC) and cloth, or fabric, usually polyester. 1. Vinyl Banners Vinyl banners are typically printed digitally or screen printed. As digital printers have gotten larger and faster, printing of vinyl banners is now done, in a ma... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

23. Dye Sublimation Printing Ink and Paper: UV Protection and Ecosystem Effect
January 27, 2014

LAST UPDATED ON: November 2, 2017 Do you use special paper for dye sublimation? Yes. It's called "dye sublimation transfer paper," or just plain "dye sublimation paper." Not terribly original, I know. The paper is treated to accept sublimation dye images in the CMYO (similar to CMYK, except the K, or black, is replaced with O, which stands for the overprint which creates black). This paper is matched up to a polymeric fabric (polyester), and run through a heat press which operates around 400 F. As it passes through the pressurized and heated rollers, the dye changes to a ga... (read more)

Author: Barry Brown

24. Mesmerising organza salwar kamiz
January 21, 2014

http://www.unnatisilks.com/salwar-kameez-online/by-popular-variety-name-salwar-kameez/organza-salwar-kameez.html Organza is a thin, sheer fabric, traditionally woven from silk. It is also woven from synthetic fabric materials like polyester or nylon. It is mainly used to make smooth feel fabrics of style. Organza assumes a feel from very smooth to slightly coarse based on how finely it is woven, is dull in appearance and does not reflect light as well as silk. Despite its thin and delicate appearance it has good tensile strength. Organza is primarily used in the making of evening dress... (read more)

Author: rani raj

25. Brilliant organza sarees
January 15, 2014

http://www.unnatisilks.com/salwar-kameez-online/by-popular-variety-name-salwar-kameez/organza-salwar-kameez.html Organza is a thin, sheer fabric, traditionally woven from silk. It is also woven from synthetic fabric materials like polyester or nylon. It is mainly used to make smooth feel fabrics of style. Organza assumes a feel from very smooth to slightly coarse based on how finely it is woven, is dull in appearance and does not reflect light as well as silk. Despite its thin and delicate appearance it has good tensile strength. Organza is primarily used in the making of evening dress... (read more)

Author: rani raj

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