Introducing a revolutionary new product which is the biggest evolution in both sublimation and laser transfers of the decade - Muggit Sublimer™!
A first of its kind acrylic type product that prints brilliantly, yet can also be bent into practically any shape and form with the application of heat, without damaging the full photographic colour print.
When printed with sublimation, the print goes into the substrate and is thus extremely hardy. It's very difficult to damage the product under normal wear and tear conditions. It can also be safely used on floors (we've put down a sheet in our driveway and cars run over it daily with no damage to the print). It is the only sublimation product whihc is safe for outdoor use, but the outdoor endurance is dependent upon the inks used and their UV stability. We have tested with Sawgrass™ inks and it still looks fantastic in direct sunlight after 6 months and counting.
When printing Sublimer™ with laser using the Forever™ Multitrans hard surfaces paper, you can get either a gloss or matte effect depending on the print process, and abrasion resistance is higher than most other hard surface transfers.
Sublimation Acrylic sheets can be used for:
- table & shelf talkers
- wedding signage and props
- POS & retail signage
- POS shields (branded)
- photographic light boxes
- photographic ash trays
- floor & wall tiles
- placemats, cutting boards & coasters
- kitchen splashback in full photographic colour
- bathroom decorations
- Plates, bowls & Utensils
- Keyrings and ornaments
- Name badges
- Puzzles and educational toys
In short pretty much anything you can think of that standard acrylic / Perspex™ are used for.
The product is available in opal (white) and clear in both 3mm and 6mm varieties as well as 2T clear with a white sublimatable coating in 5mm. It can be bought as pre-cut shapes, or in sheets which can be laser cut.
The Sublimer™ sheet price compares very favourably with that of a standard non-printable acrylic sheet sold domestically.
One of the most amazing things about this material is that it can be bent/moulded/shaped immediately after pressing while it is still hot, allowing you to produce printed finished products not possible with any other product. All the items in the pictures started out life as a flat sheet and were either laser cut into the shapes you see or moulded/bent while hot.