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SUB1965 Dragon Eye Green Multi Colored Tumbler Sublimation Transfer

SUB1965 Dragon Eye Green Multi Colored Tumbler Sublimation Transfer

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You will receive a printed sublimation transfer that is ready to press onto a tee shirt, sweatshirt, hoodie, or other substrate of your choice.

We try to size the transfer to meet the size substrate that you are sublimating on.

We use high quality inks and paper, so you'll receive transfers that press beautifully!

This is NOT a digital product, You will NOT receive a product.

Color can vary slightly from your monitor, phone, or tablet to the actual product due to screen resolution/brightness and natural variances with handmade items.



-Sublimation Transfer are printed and ready to be pressed with a heat press.

-Sublimation transfers work by dying the fabric and will not leave a texture or raised surface. They do not ever crack or peel. These are NOT Vinyl!!

-These MUST be pressed on a minimum of 50% polyester blend. 100% polyester works the best to get the most vibrant colors. Anything less than 60% polyester will have a vintage or faded look.

-*YOU MUST have a commercial heat press for the sublimation transfers to work.

-You must put in uncoated butcher paper or uncoated parchment paper in the middle of the shirt and on top of the transfer before pressing.

-Press at 385-400 degrees for 60 seconds. Remove paper and transfer immediately. 

- The shirt/fabric must be a light-colored fabric. NO BLACK fabric. It will not show up!

-These transfers will not print white! If there is any white in the image it will become the color of the shirt you put the transfer on.

-The colors on the listing may differ from colors on transfer.

*Transfers come with detailed instructions for use and a list of shirts I recommend and do not recommend using for sublimation.

*These are just suggestions and sizing is based on your personal preference of how big you want the design on the shirt. If you are unsure you need to measure before ordering!

*Designs are proportionally sized by the longest side to look the best.


 Convection Oven
  • Temp: 375-400
  • Time: 6-7 minutes
Tumbler Press
  • Temp: 375-400
  • Time: 2.5 - 3.5 minutes

Tip: Make sure you use heat press tape or shrink wrap to prevent ghosting and to keep image without moving.

 Tip: Make sure you use heat press tape or shrink wrap to prevent ghosting and to keep image without moving.

 Note: It is completely normal for the sublimation to look dull on the transfer paper, but will press with a "POP".

A dragon is a large magical legendary creature that appears in the folklore of many cultures worldwide. Beliefs about dragons vary considerably through regions, but dragons in western cultures since the High Middle Ages have often been depicted as winged, horned, and capable of breathing fire.
Fantasy, Game of Thrones, Toothless, Dungeons and Dragons.
Take your love of dragons to the next level and get your tumbler today.

Take a drink from your own sweat free 20 oz tumbler that keeps ice for a whole day.

We use high quality inks and paper, so you'll receive transfers that press beautifully!


Featuring a slim and straight body that holds 20 ounces of your favorite drink hot or cold and does not sweat. Widely know as the “holy grail of tumblers”! Fits comfortably into hands of all shapes and sizes, and perfectly fits in virtually any cup holder. 


The sublimation printing process

So how does sublimation work? Well, sublimation printing uses heat to essentially bring ink and fabric together as one.

First, a design is printed onto special paper. The inks that are used turn into gas when brought under heat, then combine with the fabric and permanently print onto the fabric. The effects are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded in the fabric or substrate rather than simply laying on top like a normal print.

The process is almost like a tattoo, but instead of for your skin, it’s for your chosen product. The heat opens up the pores of the fabric, then with the applied pressure the ink cools and returns to a solid form.

The result is a permanent, full colour image that won’t crack, peel or wash away from the substrate. The process allows the ink to go from a solid to a gas without turning to liquid, a bit like dry ice. The conversion is initiated by heat and controlled by pressure.

It is completely normal for the sublimation to look dull on the transfer paper.

It is recommended that sublimation transfers be pressed on a minimum of 50% or higher polyester blend fabric. The higher the polyester count the more vibrant the design will be.

Material less that 100% polyester may result in a more vintage look.

The fabric must be a lighter color. Sublimation printers do not print white ink. Anything that shows white will be the color of your garment.

The colors shown on the listing may differ from the transfer.

Always test your heat press at different times and temperatures to determine what works best for you.

*Substrates will vary, so please follow instructions provided from the manufacturer that you purchased the substrate from.

**We are not responsible for transfers that are pressed incorrectly.

Please make sure you are using the correct material, color and press settings prior to pressing your design.



Sublimation transfer is a printing technique used to apply intricate and colorful designs onto various surfaces, particularly fabrics and substrates made of polyester or polyester-coated materials. This process involves transforming a solid dye into a gas without passing through a liquid state, allowing it to infuse into the fibers of the material and create a vibrant, long-lasting image.

Here's a step-by-step description of the sublimation transfer process:

  1. Design Creation: The process begins with the creation or selection of a digital design. This design can include intricate patterns, images, graphics, and even photographs.

  2. Printing: The chosen design is printed onto a special sublimation paper using sublimation ink. Sublimation ink is different from traditional inkjet ink, as it has the ability to convert from a solid to a gas without becoming a liquid.

  3. Preparation of Substrate: The substrate or material onto which the design will be transferred should be made of polyester or have a polyester coating. This is because sublimation ink bonds well with polyester fibers.

  4. Transfer Press Setup: A heat press machine is used for sublimation transfer. The machine has adjustable temperature and pressure settings. The substrate is placed on the lower platen of the heat press.

  5. Positioning and Fixing: The printed sublimation paper is carefully positioned onto the substrate, with the printed side facing down. The paper is secured in place using heat-resistant tape to prevent any movement during the transfer process.

  6. Transfer Process: The heat press is closed, and the substrate and sublimation paper are sandwiched between the upper and lower platens of the machine. Heat and pressure are applied according to the manufacturer's guidelines. The high temperature (usually around 380-400°F or 193-204°C) causes the sublimation ink on the paper to turn into a gas.

  7. Ink Infusion: In its gaseous state, the sublimation ink molecules penetrate the polyester fibers of the substrate. As the temperature is reduced, the gas reverts to a solid state, becoming permanently embedded within the fibers. This results in a vivid and durable image that is resistant to fading, washing, and everyday wear.

  8. Cooling and Removal: After the appropriate dwell time, the heat press is opened, and the sublimation paper is carefully peeled off the substrate. The transfer is complete, leaving behind a colorful, seamless design on the material.

Sublimation transfer is commonly used for various applications, including custom apparel, sportswear, banners, home textiles, promotional items, and more. Its advantages include its ability to produce vibrant, full-color designs with excellent detail and durability. However, it is important to note that sublimation is limited to polyester-based materials, as the process relies on the ink bonding with polyester fibers.

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