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printing technologys

Which printing techniques are there?

It depends on the article itself and the motif to be printed.

Digital printing:

It is used in almost all textiles to be printed with texts, fonts or monochrome logos / motifs.

It is characterized by a high opacity and longevity, but is not applicable to color gradients or photos

How it works: From a thin film, the respective print motif is cut out and fused under very high pressure and high temperature with the respective substrate.


Sublimation is the direct transition from the solid to the gaseous state of matter. The color combines chemically with the textile, so the imprint is not noticeable.

Sublimation printing is not only suitable for printing bright textiles, but also for glass / Kermamik, wood, metal and plastic articles that have a polymeric coating (cups, glasses, signs, watches)

All inks and also photos and color gradients are possible. However, it can only be printed on white or light backgrounds.

How it works: With the help of a special sublimation printer, its ink is printed on an extra coated printing paper and then pressed onto the material to be printed under great pressure and heat.



Special print is perfect for photos and colorful designs with many colors and gradients. Through it, complex, full-color motifs, e.g. Customer motifs, photos, company logos, etc. can be printed in high quality both on white and colored textiles.

This is how it works: A special printer prints the motif in mirrored form on a transfer paper. Then you squeeze this film with a white coated paper. When the two papers are separated again, the coating paper has transferred the white surface directly to the toner-coated areas of the motif. All other surfaces remain transparent. Now the motif is printed on the corresponding textile with high pressure and temperature.


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