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    Silipint silicone pint glasses?

    New to the sublimation world.

    I tried to search the forums for an answer to my question but was unable to find anything. Forgive me if it's silly.

    I've got some silicone pint glasses from Silipint; https://silipint.com/collections/cup...36293565808789

    Is it possible to dye sublimate onto these? Or is the surface inadequate to accept the process?

    I had intended on using a silicone wrap, heat tape, a sublimation transfer print, and an oven.

    Somehow, I'm thinking this won't work.

    Please advise.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lestat View Post
    New to the sublimation world.

    I tried to search the forums for an answer to my question but was unable to find anything. Forgive me if it's silly.

    I've got some silicone pint glasses from Silipint; https://silipint.com/collections/cup...36293565808789

    Is it possible to dye sublimate onto these? Or is the surface inadequate to accept the process?

    I had intended on using a silicone wrap, heat tape, a sublimation transfer print, and an oven.

    Somehow, I'm thinking this won't work.

    Please advise.

    Thanks in advance.

    The glasses would need to contain polyester, or at least have a polyester coating in order to accept sublimation. They would also need to be able to withstand temperatures of around 200°C or more without melting or warping.

    I see the Silipint company screen print their designs rather tha use sublimation ...

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    We have the unique ability to screen print your artwork in our facilities in Bend, Oregon and Indianapolis, Indiana. Our incredible team of schedulers, stagers, printers, and shippers obsess over all the details in each order, and our crews work tirelessly to meet the demands of our customers.
    Last edited by webtrekker; 1 Week Ago at 09:32 AM.

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