Also called thermal dye diffusion transfer, or D2T2. Digital proofing technology that vaporizes solid process pigments with either a heated print head or a laser beam and floats them into a special stock where they become solid again.
Like thermal transfer, except that pigments are vaporized and float to desired proofing stock. These inks are highly translucent and produce very high quality. Also called thermal dye diffusion transfer, or D2T2. to top
In dye-sublimation printing, the dyes vaporize and permeate the glossy surface of the paper before they return to solid form, creating a gentle gradation at the edges of each pixel. The color infuses the paper and is less vulnerable to fading and distortion over time.