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Why settle for standard embroidered polo shirts or single colour screen printed shirts when you can go crazy on colours and vibrant graphics with our dye sublimated polo shirts and uniforms. Our range of sporting jerseys, polo shirts, fishing shirts and other apparel is available completely custom made. Every panel is printed and assembled to create the perfect uniform for your team, staff, volunteers or event attendees. They make fantastic souvenirs and can be sold to raise funds for charity, non profit organisations and sporting teams. Enquire now for a 100% FREE design mock up and a no obligation quote.
 
 
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Dye sublimation shirts, aprons, socks & uniforms

Dye sublimation is a bit like tattooing. However, instead of using a sharp needle, the process uses heat and paper to position ink and colour fabric bit by bit. It’s a different type of branding in that we change the fabric itself by staining or dyeing it rather than attaching your logo to the surface. For dye sublimation (also known as dye sub) to be successful, the fabric must be light or white in colour and made of 100% polyester. However, with uniforms, that’s not always possible.

Our company’s focus is on helping clients spread their brand message through their work uniforms. With dye sub, we can create something specific and unique to accomplish this goal. Whilst it does not always form the basis of a uniform, when it’s done properly, it will become the base upon which your branding is built. Call us today or read on to learn about dye sublimation and what we can do with it.

How Dye Sub is Created

In the dye sublimation process, special inks are used to print customers’ logos and art onto a special kind of paper. Then, the paper is positioned on the fabric and a press is used to apply heat at approximately 200 degrees Celsius for one minute. The heat converts the dye within the paper to gas, which is absorbed by the fabric’s fibres. As the fabric cools, the fibers close, locking the dye inside.

What Can be Dye Sublimated?

Most fabrics composed of 100% polyester can be dye subbed, as can objects with a specific type of polyester coating. The object or fabric must be either white or very light in colour. Although it’s a bit tricky for some, we can dye sub most work and sports uniforms. Call us today to discuss your requirements.

It’s possible to dye sublimate polyester/cotton blend fabrics. However, the dye will wash out of the cotton fibres, leaving you with a faded, washed-out image in the polyester portion of the fabric. This look works well in some applications, and we recommend it to some customers.

The Limits of Dye Sublimation

As previously mentioned, the primary limitation of the dye sub process is that it requires a 100% polyester coating or fabric to set properly. Typically, work uniforms are specially manufactured for use with the dye sub process. Precise reproduction of colours is often hard to achieve consistently. This problem is often evident in long swathes of solid colour; it’s less noticeable in prints and patterns. There may be issues with dye migration and bleeding when we apply a small dye sublimated print onto a previously dye subbed garment.

Why You Should Consider Dye Sublimation

  • Artwork variations, colours, and gradients are all simple to do with the dye sublimation process. As your company’s or team’s logo or artwork is printed, you won’t have the separate colour setups used in embroidery or screen printing.
  • When creating garments from scratch, fabric panels are dye sublimated before they’re sewn together. This means you’ll have full control over the art applied to the garment, as it’s printed in one step.
  • The art is embedded into the fabric, with nothing sitting on top.
  • It’s easy for us to modify individual items such as workers’ names within a single production run.

Easy Customisation

We’re proud to have some of Australia’s best customisation capabilities. We have our own factories and apparel builders, and our award-winning designers and fast lead times make us the best in the business. Whilst you’re dominating your sport or your workplace, we’ll dominate the competition.

The Best Pricing

We cut costs by selling directly to the customer rather than going through third-party vendors. We believe that you should be able to run your business or your sporting team without going over budget! Call us today to find out how we can help you save on your next uniform order.

Unmatched Selection and Quality

With our in-house development team, we’re always looking for ways to improve the quality of our products. Combine our commitment to quality with our unrivaled selection of colours and styles, as well as our superb customisation abilities, and you won’t find a greater selection anywhere in Australia. Focus on performance and we will take care of the rest!

Contact Us Today

Our dye sublimation process is ideal for sporting uniforms, fishing club shirts, golfers, and motocross uniforms. With our low minimum order requirements, top-class customer service, and unparalleled production capabilities, you simply won’t find a higher-quality option anywhere else. Call today or visit us online to get started.

Dye sublimation is a bit like tattooing. However, instead of using a sharp needle, the process uses heat and paper to position ink and colour fabric bit by bit. It’s a different type of branding in that we change the fabric itself by staining or dyeing it rather than attaching your logo to the surface. For dye sublimation (also known as dye sub) to be successful, the fabric must be light or white in colour and made of 100% polyester. However, with uniforms, that’s not always possible.

Our company’s focus is on helping clients spread their brand message through their work uniforms. With dye sub, we can create something specific and unique to accomplish this goal. Whilst it does not always form the basis of a uniform, when it’s done properly, it will become the base upon which your branding is built. Call us today or read on to learn about dye sublimation and what we can do with it.

How Dye Sub is Created

In the dye sublimation process, special inks are used to print customers’ logos and art onto a special kind of paper. Then, the paper is positioned on the fabric and a press is used to apply heat at approximately 200 degrees Celsius for one minute. The heat converts the dye within the paper to gas, which is absorbed by the fabric’s fibres. As the fabric cools, the fibers close, locking the dye inside.

What Can be Dye Sublimated?

Most fabrics composed of 100% polyester can be dye subbed, as can objects with a specific type of polyester coating. The object or fabric must be either white or very light in colour. Although it’s a bit tricky for some, we can dye sub most work and sports uniforms. Call us today to discuss your requirements.

It’s possible to dye sublimate polyester/cotton blend fabrics. However, the dye will wash out of the cotton fibres, leaving you with a faded, washed-out image in the polyester portion of the fabric. This look works well in some applications, and we recommend it to some customers.

The Limits of Dye Sublimation

As previously mentioned, the primary limitation of the dye sub process is that it requires a 100% polyester coating or fabric to set properly. Typically, work uniforms are specially manufactured for use with the dye sub process. Precise reproduction of colours is often hard to achieve consistently. This problem is often evident in long swathes of solid colour; it’s less noticeable in prints and patterns. There may be issues with dye migration and bleeding when we apply a small dye sublimated print onto a previously dye subbed garment.

Why You Should Consider Dye Sublimation

·         Artwork variations, colours, and gradients are all simple to do with the dye sublimation process. As your company’s or team’s logo or artwork is printed, you won’t have the separate colour setups used in embroidery or screen printing.

·         When creating garments from scratch, fabric panels are dye sublimated before they’re sewn together. This means you’ll have full control over the art applied to the garment, as it’s printed in one step.

·         The art is embedded into the fabric, with nothing sitting on top.

·         It’s easy for us to modify individual items such as workers’ names within a single production run.

Easy Customisation

We’re proud to have some of Australia’s best customisation capabilities. We have our own factories and apparel builders, and our award-winning designers and fast lead times make us the best in the business. Whilst you’re dominating your sport or your workplace, we’ll dominate the competition.

The Best Pricing

We cut costs by selling directly to the customer rather than going through third-party vendors. We believe that you should be able to run your business or your sporting team without going over budget! Call us today to find out how we can help you save on your next uniform order.

Unmatched Selection and Quality

With our in-house development team, we’re always looking for ways to improve the quality of our products. Combine our commitment to quality with our unrivaled selection of colours and styles, as well as our superb customisation abilities, and you won’t find a greater selection anywhere in Australia. Focus on performance and we will take care of the rest!

Contact Us Today

Our dye sublimation process is ideal for sporting uniforms, fishing club shirts, golfers, and motocross uniforms. With our low minimum order requirements, top-class customer service, and unparalleled production capabilities, you simply won’t find a higher-quality option anywhere else. Call today or visit us online to get started.

 

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