Before your sublimation printing, please read below….

The very first thing you need to be aware of is, what I say today may not be correct tomorrow or possibly even later today. The dye sublimation transfer industry has been changing so quickly over the last 2 years that it is even difficult for us veterans to keep up and we must rely on each other to stay current with all of the changes.

The next thing is, you must decide what you want to sell, who you want to sell it to, and how many do you want to sell. A normal reaction to this of course is, “I want to do it all”. Unless you are already staffed with 10-20 people and have a very large startup budget, I’m sorry to say it can’t be done. Most people getting into this business are typically part-time startup companies or they are people who currently run: awards shops, screen printing shops, engravers, sign printers, or embroidery shops who want to offer dye sublimation as an “add on” to their business. This is a diverse group of people who may have totally different ideas for what they want from a dye sublimation system.

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