Concept and Trends to Repeat Pattern:
The very first phase of our digital prints depends on a ton of research and experimentation. There are many websites that allow you to get the privileges to their designs or can help you understand trends. Manamo Fashions is Authorized Buying House. In this company, people are working who have more than 20 year’s experience in dealing of apparel.
Before purchasing the rights to a particular design we play with the design in Photoshop. Using a mockup of your ski suit design in Photoshop helps all of us learn how the print would look on our one-piece ski suits. Sometimes we can’t find what we are looking for so we hire a visual designer to produce our desire prints. This can be more costly and takes more hours but can get you the best results.
After we finalize our prints and purchase the copyright for commercial use we decide on garments. You can print on several blends of cloth these days! You determine to use to printing on a Polyester-Spandex mix because we need 4-way performance stretch material As well as the polyester holds up to heat during the sublimation printing process and maintains its true colors much longer than other fabrics. All of us also select fabric with the shiny finish alternatively than matte so that our prints get that extra pop! If you want to find the variety of fabrics that can be printed on you can check away websites like Spoon Blossom or Sported for ideas.
From Fabric and Style to Digital Sublimation Impress:
We make a special visit to Paterson, New Hat (once the garments capital of the world) to visit Manamo Fashions where our custom prints are made. The team at Manamo Fashions let all of us watch and pay attention to the process of digital sublimation impress.
Manamo Fashions is a household run Bangladesh garments company that has over twenty years of industry experience. Their facility is dedicated to being conscious of our environment, all of their used materials are either repurposed or together with to cut down their carbon footprint.
The designs are transferred from pre-printed transfer paper onto textile by contact heat – basically a huge oven. The dyes are absorbed by fabric during this temperature transfer. Heat transfer, also referred to as sublimation printing, is a great way to produce high clarity, well-defined designs.