Contact them directly at www.thaisonspgarment.com.
Dye Sublimation in Vietnam
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What is Dye Sublimation?
So, in summary, there are two steps to sublimation printing: step 1 is using digital printer to print your artwork on transfer paper, step 2 is to “heat press transfer” the design from transfer paper to fabric. Most companies doing dye sublimation in Vietnam use this method.
To better understand how sublimation works its necessary to first become familiar with the key terms associated with the process.
Sublimation is the change of a solid particle directly into a gaseous state. The sublimation inks are heated rapidly such that they instantly expand into a gas state and easily penetrate the fibers of the yarn. This is why the dye sublimation in Vietnam has good color fastness properties.
A dye is a substance used to color materials and fibers. To dye is to impregnate color into a material. Often, this color change is permanent. In comparison, pigment inks, such as those used in screen-printing, are applied to the surface of a fabric.
A polymer is a chemical compound made of small and identical molecules (called monomers) linked together. To sublimate print on hard surfaces you need a special polymer coating that “opens” to accept colored dyes when heated to 230 Degrees Celsius and then “closes” to trap the dyes when cooled. Some polymers, such as cellulose, occur naturally, while others, such as nylon, are man-made. To sublimate print on cotton or other natural fibers you need to apply a polymer first.
Substrate is a term used to describe the base material onto which images are printed. Typical substrates include fabrics, plastics, metal, films and foils.
This factory specializes in dye sublimation printing in Vietnam. I visited them today and saw their screen printing operation as well as their foil print capabilities and sublimation samples. They are also doing burnout which looks really great with printing on top.
Thai Son S.P is good at Dye Sublimation in Vietnam
Thai Son S.P Co., Ltd is a clothes manufacturer with the latest manufacturing technology for men's, women’s and children's knitwear. Thai Son also produces cotton based fabrics knitted in single jersey, pique or French Terry structures. The fabrics and prints can be Oeko Tex Certified. They are an Oeko Tex Certified factory in Vietnam.
ASV has works closely with Thai Son apparel factory in Vietnam. They are a Oeko Tex certified garment factory in Vietnam. Thai Son is highly specialized in producing fashionable garments from knit fabric that have difficult embellishments like stones, appliqué and embroidery. Thai Son is proud to proud to be one of the family-owned garment supplies who have been surviving and developing for the past 22 years.
If you are looking for Dye Sublimation in Vietnam and a Oeko Tex Certified Garment Factory in Vietnam then contact Thai Son via their website.
Who We Are
Thai Son S.P garment manufacturer based in Ho Chi Minh city Vietnam.
Thai Son S.P is a family owned FOB garment manufacturer that has been in the producing garments for 22 years. They have two factories.
Thai Son does not do dye sublimation in Vietnam. They outsource it depending on the kind of sublimation you need.
What Thai Son Does
They follow your spec sheets and produce according to your designs. They offer one FOB price.
Thai Son knows who does dye sublimation in Vietnam which gives them flexibility depending on your needs.
Styles We Do Well
They can source polyester fabric using ringspun DTY or rotorspun FDY poly yarn. They can get you the hand feel you need and quality of dye sublimation you require.
How about you?
If yes, then contact us below to learn more about the state of sublimation printing in Vietnam.
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