The essence of this method is the wholesale printing of circulations. Exclusively silk-screen printing can be used to print large print runs. With this method, special effects printing is also possible, which deprives digital and sublimation printing of such an opportunity. Images printed with plastisol paints are very durable. However, this method does not print single copies. This is due to the fact that the preparatory process (the frame production process) takes a lot of time.
This method implies printing on textiles made of synthetic materials. The image “in the mirror” is transferred on special paper or film, after which it is transferred to a synthetic material. Further, the sewing production gives the printed material the final appearance of the finished product. Sublimation itself is a cheap method. It is often used by young printing houses, because the cost of production is very small. Sublimation does not apply to the direct type of printing.