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Making Money with Sublimation

     The time required to print a sublimation transfer is determined by the size, the ink coverage and the speed of the specific printer.  A large image having 100% color coverage on a smaller format printer is going to take 3-4 times longer than a smaller image with moderate ink coverage on a newer and larger printer.  The other time factor in heat applying the transfer is determined by the substrate being used.  On the low end fabric transfers can take as little as 25 -35 seconds to complete.  On the high end, more dense materials like tiles may require 4-7 minutes (depending on size) to give optimum color reproduction.

 

            Margins on these products can range from 100% to more than 1000% depending on the quality and novelty of the item being used.

 

            Knowing your local market is important. Health clubs, gyms, running clubs love the micro fiber sublimation shirts.   Realtors are always looking for unique gift ideas for their clients.  Personalized cutting boards, tile trivets featuring the new home make memorable choices.  Anyone with a car could enjoy a custom license plate featuring a favorite interest along with other personalization.  Mugs are a perennial best seller particularly with a special photo, logo or phrase.

 

            One of our largest sublimation customers says that he loves selling sublimation products particularly on the hard surface substrates like the license plates, mugs and dog tags.  He says that the vividness of the photo is striking.  The depth of the color saturation is amazing.  He feels great about selling sublimation because his customers are getting phenomenal products.

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