sublimation vs. embroidery: Which is better?

Embroidery and sublimation both customize products and can be done on a small or large scale.

Machine embroidery requires an embroidery machine, which uses a needle and thread to stitch a digitized design onto a project blank.

Sublimation uses specialized printers, inks, and papers to produce designs that are then infused into blanks using heat and pressure.

Here are some ways that embroidery and sublimation differ from each other!

Embroidery start-up costs are higher.

Project blanks are limited for both techniques in different ways.

Embroidery takes longer but the result is more professional for blanks like polo shirts.