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J-Teck Dye Sublimation Ink

What Makes J-Teck Subly Ink Different? 

J-Teck sublimation inks are dispersed dyes within an eco-friendly liquid carrier that are printed onto paper. The dispersed dyes are transferred from the paper to a textile creating a vibrant image. J-Teck’s ink formula has made it possible for the dyes to run through high-speed print heads without clogging. Sublimation inks have a wide variety of applications, from sports-wear to plastic substrates.



  • Polyester & polyammid fabrics, mixed synthetic fabrics (min. 60% of synthetic fibres)
  • Plastic substrates used in the manufacturing of sport equipment such as skis, snowboards, wakeboards, every substrates (wood, glass, ceramics) overprinted with polyester-based coating.
  • Light polyester fabric, such as poly/lycra, chiffon, satin, mesh fabric, curtain fabric, etc.
  • Ceramics, mugs, phone cases, mouse pads, plates, etc.
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Our Very Own VP of Sales & Marketing is Speaking at ISS Long Beach

Matt Gusse has over 20 years of continued knowledge & hands on experience in Imprinted Apparel, Cut/Sew Apparel/Uniforms, Awards/Engraving, Home Décor/Art, Signs/Displays & other markets. Matt has had proven success in sales and service from small ‘Mom & Pop’ businesses to some of the largest companies in the world. He has worked for Stahls' & Universal Laser Systems among other industry leaders and has spent the last 10 years with Advanced Color Solutions. With ACS, Matt has focused on Large Format Dye Sublimation Equipment & other Large Format applications. Currently as VP of Sales, Matt runs ACS's new Midwest location and has launched a start up B2B company called Detroit Sublimation. Detroit Sublimation looks to provide sourcing, service and education for those looking to get into the cut/sew apparel business or already part of it.

Say YES to Large Format Dye Sub Profits

The session will focus on revenue opportunities with large-format dye sublimation. Matt will cover sourcing vs. doing it all in-house, and the benefits of each. The difference between AOP (All Over Print) and Cut/Sew and which is best depending on what you're doing. Want to know where patterns and templates for Cut/Sew come from? What about which heat press is right for your business- Large Format Flatbed or Rotary? Join Matt as he explores sourcing of products and fabrics; speeds, costs, and investments expected. 

Want to Attend Matt's Session?