HOT Aotearoa Maori Manaia Paua Shell Unisex 3D Hoodie
In streetwear fashion, an all over print (also known as all-over-print) is a print composed of a design that is repeated across the entire surface of a garment. The image is on both the front and back. Often, such prints are screen printed. Other processes include dye-diffusion of the fabric itself. All-Over Printing is a function of broader printing contextual development, in particular, the advent of sublimation printing 1957. This is not to be confused with commercial sublimation on cellulose in 1929, as the substrate is polyethylene terephthalate (PET). Rather, the commercial process as developed by Noel de Plasse in Lainere de Roubaix, France
The process is similar to the dye-diffusion approach: a graphic is printed onto a sheet of high-release paper and then transferred onto the chosen apparel using high heat and pressure. Heat converts the solid dye particles into a gas through sublimation. The liquid phase is skipped due to the instantaneity of the physical change. Aotearoa Maori Manaia Paua Shell Unisex 3D Hoodie. This immediacy bonds the released chemicals to the polyester fibers. Unlike screen printing and direct-to-garment digital printing, this is not digital. Instead, the dye is absorbed by the fabric for a fantastic soft-to-the-touch feel and breathability. The design is printed on 100% polyester material.
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