Sublimating Images on Glass and Crystal

Learn more about this decorating process for glass and crystal from Bridget Dahlgren, the marketing manager for Crystal D. 

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Sublimation is the newest decorating process for glass and crystal. This imprint process creates a high-quality color image for crystal using a special printer. Images can go on the front or back of the crystal. The images can also be translucent, allowing a bit of light to permeate, or opaque. Translucent images are printed directly onto the onto the crystal itself, while opaque images are printed as a decal and applied to the crystal.  

-Bridget Dahlgren, Crystal D

Bridget Dahlgren

Bridget Dahlgren

Bridget Dahlgren, vice president of sales and marketing for Crystal D, understands corporate recognition like the back of her hand. She believes in the power of employee recognition to make a lasting impact on any recipient and holds a special affinity toward crystal recognition awards.


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