The heating plate is a critical component of the Sublistar dye sublimation printer. When selecting a dye sublimation printer machine, consider the heating plate. The upper and lower plates, as well as the heating pipes, must be made of aluminum. If the grooves are carved on the aluminum plate and then bonded to the aluminum plate with a heating pipe, there will be excessive energy loss, and the usage of this device may result in the drawbacks of slow increase and big temperature difference. If the lower plate is built of iron plate or other materials, it will last a long time in high-temperature, high-pressure situations and will be easily bent. The ironer's upper plate should be parallel to the lower plate. If the upper and lower blocks are tightly sealed, you can press down on the handle while placing cardboard or other rigid material on the four corners. Pull off the cardboard after sealing and fastening the upper and lower wooden blocks to reveal the upper and lower blocks. It makes no difference whether the board is flat or whether the dye sublimation printer is qualified.
There has been a set of scientific, acceptable, and relevant standard measurement methodologies for the ongoing summarizing, extraction, and application of sublimation transfers throughout the long history of dye sublimation transferring manufacturing development. Here is a simple repetition due to time and space constraints. This page provides a basic overview of the dye sublimation printer classification for t-shirts: Sublimation printers for t-shirts are currently separated into two types: flat-pressing sublimation printers and circular-pressing sublimation printers. Pressure transfer systems are classified as hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical. Flat pressing types (hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical) are typically utilized for small batch sizes and dye sublimation transfer areas. These gadgets have advantages, and the current test results are straightforward. Mechanical dye sublimation printer is superior to hydraulic heat transfer, while hydraulic heat transfer is superior to pneumatic heat transfer; both mechanical and hydraulic t-shirt sublimation printers are quite stable, with small batch processing or testing. It is recommended to utilize hydraulic sublimation printers for heat transfer; CI is recommended for mass manufacturing. Only the pneumatic hot stamping machine and mechanical heat transfer machine are more stable than the other two.
The temperature of hot stamping is determined by the hot stamping machine, hot stamping film, and hot stamping material. A greater or lower hot stamping temperature should not be sought blindly, and the hot stamping temperature should be decided based on the effect obtained after hot stamping. The hot stamping pressure must be set to the appropriate amount. Otherwise, it will be too huge, which will easily damage and burn the head, and too little, which will interfere with the hot stamping result. After adapting to the hot stamping pressure, the pressure should be regulated and secured so that mass production does not vary. The punching time (speed) should be determined based on the punching material. The higher the production efficiency, the faster the stamping speed. Some items, however, must use slow hot stamping due to specific circumstances.
Thermal transfer printing is a unique printing technique that has been employed in other nations for over 20 years. Heat transfer printing and transfer processing are the two elements of the printing method. The transfer film printing uses screen printing (resolution up to 300 dpi), the film surface is pre-printed, the film surface is printed with rich patterns, bright colors, small color difference, good reproducibility, and can meet the designer's requirements, and is suitable for mass production via dye sublimation printer machines (heating and pressing) for thermal transfer processing to transfer good patterns on the product surface, ink layer, and molded product surface.