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We use Sublimation printing to create customized and personalized full color products on demand. Sublimation printing has been around for decades, but it wasn't until recently that technology allowed printing of transfers to be printed on an inkjet printer.  The process is also an economical and practical way to decorate a variety of substrates.

Though the production technique is relatively simple, it’s the chemical process that separates sublimation from any other form of digital printing. When sublimation inks are heated to 400°F, they turn into a gas and form a permanent bond to 100% polyester fabric or items that have a polymer coating. 
Digital Designs uses Ricoh and Epson printers to print the design on to special transfer papers using the special sublimation inks.  We are able to produce premium full-color, photographic-quality images that will not crack, peel or wash away from the substrate.  

Substrates we typically have been working with include mugs and steins, aluminum water bottles, wooden plaques, foam mouse pads, polyester shirts and polymer coated fiber glass materials.

Sublimated shirt.  Should be done on light colored 100% Polyester shirts up to 50/50 Poly-blends. 
Popular shirts used recently are the Safety Green shirts.  
Sublimated patch. We can also make patches using the sublimation process.
Customized iPhone or Galaxy phone cases
600 ml Aluminum water bottles in silver or white.
Coffee mugs, beer steins, clear coffee cups
Wood plaque. Available in 5x7, 6x8, 7x9, 8x10, 9x12 and 11 5/8" x 16"
Travel Mugs. White or silver, aluminum or plastic.