High Definition Heat Transfer (HDHT)

Printing Technology

The Printing Technology has evolves rather very quickly over the past 15 years or so. We have Print & Cut Vinyl Films, Offset Transfer & Light & Dark Transfer Paper, Dye & Reveal S sublimation etc. I would love to discuss and go over all the current and popular Printing Technology with you all here. However today, I am not here to talk about the history and the evolution of the Printing Technology but the High Definition Heat Transfer (HDHT) printing.

I am here to talk about the next generation of Printing Technology – High Definition Heat Transfers (HDHT). Why do I say it is the next Generation of Printing Technology, all the more it is here already?

High Definition Heat Transfer (HDHT)

High Definition Heat Transfer (HDHT) is the new printing technology now. I believe it is also would be the next generation of Printing Technology. I think HDHT is very new & raw at the moment. It would continue to develop & evolve to the next generation of 15 years of progression.

You may ask why I rank it so highly & prominently?

Printing Technology Assessment

Let me take you all to deliberate & consider the 5 main criteria & element in evaluating & assessing Printing Technology with HDHT printing :-

  1. Resolution – In this, we would look into the DPI or the resolution of the print work output.
  2. Fineness – we would go over the clarity and fineness in pictures or photos with complex shadings and toning.
  3. Colour – we would discuss the colour matching accuracy and the normality and reality of the colour outputs.
  4. Quality – we would examine the designs output durability in day to day wear and tear and dependability in the sustainability of the design output in colour lost or run. 
  5. Tactile – we would discuss the velvety appeal of soft feel and smoothness of the designs output.

With the above, you then need to follow me on this site for my next 5 articles of the criteria & element. I would endeavour to deliberate and study all the criteria and  element to my very best.  

Till then. Stay Tuned