The ink turns into a gas when heat is applied. The gas is then absorbed into the material dying it the color of the ink. As the ink cools, it turns back into a solid that is trapped inside the material. This process it why infusible inks do not fade over time unless the material begins to degrade. Infusible ink works best with fabrics that are 100% polyester. It doesn’t stop there! Any blank made for sublimation should work with infusible inks as well.
In Silhouette Studio, choose your design and size it for your project. Just like with heat transfer vinyl, you’ll need to mirror your design before cutting.