Sublimation is a printing process that uses heat and pressure to transfer dye into a material. In the case of fabric, the dye is infused into the fibers, becoming part of the fabric and creating a permanent, long-lasting image. The process begins with a design printed onto special transfer paper using sublimation inks. The transfer paper is then placed onto the fabric and subjected to heat and pressure, causing the ink to vaporize and penetrate the fibers of the fabric. The result is a vibrant, high-quality print that won't fade over time. This process can be done quickly with low minimums.