Dye Sublimation

What materials benefit from the most of going through the process of dye sublimation?

When applied to clothing garments, ink is embedded directly into the fibers. Making the design feel that it is part of the garment and not just on the surface. Dye sublimation allows printing multiple, full, bright colors.

SpeedPro’s wide-format printers can process dye-sublimation of both fabric and rigid materials. New polymer treated materials that have been developed specifically for dye sublimation applications that include brass, aluminum, glass, acrylic, fiberglass, hardboard sheet materials and plastic.

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a flag banner for the island jays at a festival

Some SpeedPro products which benefit from dye sublimation techniques include:

Flags: They fly high and brand your company completely. There’s a reason that flags have been used for millennia to represent countries and factions on the battlefield. Represent your company proudly with a dye sublimated flag from SpeedPro.

Banners: Also known as tension fabric backwall displays, these are essentially fabric banners. Freestanding displays consist of custom graphics dye sublimation printed fabric and lightweight metal frames. The fabric works like a pillowcase and slips over the frame to zips at the bottom. Fit perfectly, these fabric graphics never wrinkle or sag.

Tablecloths/table throws: Unlike traditionally imprinted table throws, dye sublimated table throws have limitless color options for your logo or graphic. SpeedPro has many size options to fit 4-, 6- and 8-foot long tables as well as 30-, 48- and 60-inch diameter round tables. Printed table throw covers offer the widest range of customization.

Apparel/clothing made with dye sublimation techniques: Apparel printed in this way feels lighter and has images that last longer no matter how many times they are washed or dry cleaned.

Backlit Display Fabrics: UV-resistant, long-life inks are pressed into the fabric. However, the factor that really sets backlit graphics apart is, of course, the LED back-lighting.

Trade Show counters from SpeedPro: These feature quality countertops in your choice of finish along with eye-catching graphics.  In addition, dye sublimated fabric bordered by silicone edging makes it easy and quick to assemble the counter display.

Canvas: A particularly prized material when used for creating stretched-gallery wraps, canvas already takes ink well, so with dye sublimation graphics will appear even more sharp and vivid. The printing applications are nearly endless as canvas works for both indoor and outdoor settings.

Coffee mugs: Reach for a cup of steaming Joe in a dye sublimated mug with your logo or favorite design. There’s no better way to start your day than with hot caffeine and your brand close at hand.

Ceramic Tiles: Interior designers and decorators can create customized ceramic tiles for many locations such as in home bathrooms or kitchens, at the foyers of your business, or on the go restaurants or museums.

Rigid Products: Readily available rigid blank products such as mouse pads – remain productive and efficient with a dye sublimated mouse pad, great for both work and play, key chains – never worry about losing a branded key, smartphone cases – communicate in style, light switch plates – illuminate the office with dye sublimated graphics and more. These products are easily sublimated and are fantastic additions to the range of custom branding items for your business.

Soft-Signage: Dye sublimation is ideal and fast for time-sensitive promotions so be sure to create on-demand, high-impact POP, trade-show and interior signage by partnering with SpeedPro.

Photo Printing: Dye sublimation is perfect for delivering high quality photographic images to a wide range of products for personalized gift items such as wall mounts fridge magnets, and photo-backdrops.

Stop by any of SpeedPro’s nationwide locations today to see the exciting difference that dye sublimation makes in printing. Our professional staff is ready to answer any technical questions you may have and work with you to create the perfect product for your business or personal use.

SpeedPro Cincinnati North

Downtown Cincinnati has the energy you find throughout this Midwest city known for Skyline Chili and the Reds baseball team. In addition to showing their devotion to local food and athletes, Cincinnati residents like supporting local businesses and entrepreneurs. Many industries have become competitive, and you need a way to make your company stand apart from the rest.

We Offer Large-Format Printing in Cincinnati

People may not notice a radio or TV ad that plays incessantly in the background. But they’re bound to pay attention when a fleet of delivery vans with full, partial or decal vehicle wraps zip throughout Cincinnati. You probably wonder what company sponsored the neat stunt and what they do. You may find yourself Googling the business when you get home. This is the impact of large-format printing and marketing.

SpeedPro Cincinnati North Provides Exceptional Products and Services

Our clients enjoy working with us. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we do take the work we do seriously. We get results with creative approaches to problem-solving. Just a few of the benefits of working with us include:

  • Precision: We take digital measurements for your graphics to ensure a tight fit.
  • Quick turnarounds: If you need your graphics finished by an internal deadline, we can work with you to meet it.
  • Open lines of communication: We regularly share updates about your project and show you prepress materials.

Get a Quote From SpeedPro Cincinnati North

The competitive environment in Cincinnati makes it an exciting time to do business. If your company is located in downtown Cincinnati, West Chester, Liberty or Northern Kentucky, we can assist you with large-format printing that helps tell your unique story to potential customers.

Trust us to bring your message to life. Reach out to receive a quote or arrange an appointment with SpeedPro Cincinnati North.

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