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Dye- Sublimation Fabric Printing

Duggal’s Brooklyn facilities house the latest Mimaki dye-sublimation printers used to create custom banners, flags, curtains, lightbox graphics, light shades, clothing, home fabrics and more. Ink is deeply infused into your chosen substrate, allowing the final product to be washed, ironed, steamed, folded and exposed to the elements without a trace of lost image quality. We use eco-friendly, water-based inks while offering a broad range of standard and exotic textiles including Flag, Backlit, Crease-Free Polyester and Blackout Material.

Applications

  • Custom Carpets
  • Pillows/ Pillowcases
  • Curtains
  • Custom Fabrics/ Textiles
  • Table Tops
  • Flags

 

 

A quick look at Duggal’s Dye-Sublimation printing

More Facts:

  • Perfect for Back lit and Front lit Displays (Beautiful Rich Colors)
  • Outdoor Graphics (Longer Lifespans)
  • Shipping Materials (Easy Fold and Ship)
  • Washable

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