Baron Belts, wholesale arm of Strait City Trading Co

Baron Belts

112 Cloverdale Dr, Alabaster, AL 35007

Pictorial guide to sublimating poly coated military buckles.

The heart of the method: using a heat-conducting compressible pad to distribute heat to the entire surface of a curved buckle.
dye sub buckle support

Place buckle on support to protect buckle base and heat press pad.

dye sub buckle with dye sub paper

Apply printed dye sub paper to buckle face.

dye sub buckle with heat conducting pad.

insert heat conducting foam pad to distribute heat over curved surface of buckle. A quarter inch (6mm) will do.

dye sub buckle heat press

Insert teflon sheet. Press hard enough to distribute heat but not so hard as to crush buckle. 5 minutes at 400° F.