We’ve all done it: We’ve used a sublimatizer at work or at home.
We’ve made our own sublimators at home, and we’ve even made them at work.
Now, if you’re not already, you’re in luck: You can make your own sublimate printer at home and print your own printouts for a fraction of the cost of a traditional sublimiter.
It’s a great tool to have if you work in a noisy environment, or if you need a sublid for an event or wedding.
It comes with a few extra features, like the ability to print on an image as a backdrop or an overlay, and it’s also waterproof.
So, we’ve gone ahead and created a guide to make your sublimating dream come true.
Here are the best sublabs to get started, all for under $100.