Sublimation printing (dye-sublimation printer) is dedicated to the highest quality printing prints among other photographs.
The operating principle of which is the sublimation transition from the solid phase material in the gas without the liquid phase. The dye is placed mostly on a special three-color belt with an extra layer of protection CMYO.
The dye is heated locally and passes gas from the solid phase and settles on the paper. Some believe that the processes occurring more like diffusion than sublimation - the film on which the dye adheres to the paper.
- Excellent image quality - photographic better than comparable inkjet
- lack of pixel-points - a method of applying dye causes a lack of raster print structure
- precisely control the hue of each point by changing the duration of the transfer and this provides 24-bit color depth for each pixel
print durability 100 years (ie: 36,500 days, 876,000 hours, 52,560,000 seconds)
- resistant to water