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A Guideline to Use A Heat Press to Design and Print Your Own Unique T-shirt

rotary heat transfer machineHeat transfer stands out as a modern, effortless, and flexible method of printing your artwork onto t-shirts. If you want to know how to heat press a t-shirt then you can read our guideline.

 

Designing clothes have evolved and it has become a great alternative to the classic screen printing. Heat transfer gives your shirt or any garment a neat and nice look. You can be sure of getting that awesome design printed on your shirt exactly the way it looks on the screen.

 

rotary heat transfer machineThe concept of heat transfer is very simple; all you need is a heat press machine, an inkjet printer with regular printer inks or T-shirt inks. The paper used for heat presses in T-shirt printing is called carrier paper.

 

This carrier paper has a film on it. The unprinted part of this sheet has to be trimmed using a vinyl cutting machine before printing, and the transfer paper is then placed on the shirt and heated in a heat press with medium to high pressure.

 

Whether you are using a basic or sophisticated heat transfer machines, heat press machines basically function and operate the same way. Here’s a step-by-step instruction on how to use a heat press machine:

 

  • Turn on the machine by pressing the on/off switch
  • Turn the thermostat knob to the right until you can see the red heating light.
  • Turn the knob back to the left until the heating light turns off when the thermometer indicates the desired temperature for your transfer, The red heating light will turn on and off at intervals to regulate your desired temperature.
  • Set the heating time by pressing your digital timer if your machine has one. Press stop to reset when you hear the alarm.
  • Open the press by lifting the handle
  • Lay the transfer onto the spot you want the design to appear on the paper.
  • Close the machine against your fabric and the transfer and lock it firmly.
  • Set the timer based on the instructions you see on your transfer paper.
  • Lift the handle to open the machine.
  • Peel the transfer paper off the face of your shirt. You should read the instructions to know whether it is a “hot peel” or “cold peel” paper.
  • Wait for at least 24 hours before washing.

 

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How to Make Your Heat Press Get the Best Results?

rotary heat transfer machineIn the heat press business of printing, the need to constantly create designs that are innovative and high quality mostly depends on the kind of heat press machines that you select to get the job done.

Here’s a step by step process on how to heat press for great results:

1. The Right Heat Press for Mugs
Ideally, mugs can be pressed with a combo multi attachment mug heat press that has a separate attachment for the specific mug shape you using including standard 11 and 15 oz mugs, water bottles, steins, latte mugs and/or pint glasses. Other than that, you could go with one that is specifically designed for standard mugs. Use sublimation glass, ceramic or metal mugs for the best results.

2. Design the Image`
Using specialized software, design the graphic that you want printed. Make sure you reverse the digital image using the image editing software.

sportswear printing3. Print Image Using Sublimation Paper
Using the sublimation paper, you will need to imprint the graphical image on the mug. Make sure the colors are right. Send the image to be printed on your sublimation printer, then trim the extra sublimation paper to form the shape of your graphical design.

4. Transfer Image to Mug
Apply the right pressure on the mug, so that it sits securely. Next, set your heat press to the proper temperature. Throughout this time, make sure you take safety measures and wear protective gloves while dealing with the heat press equipment. Place the design face-down on the mug, and make certain it stays securely over it with heat resistant tape. When the heat press is ready, place pressure on the mug to imprint the image.

Once the printing is accomplished, peel off the sublimation transfer paper off the mug. You could also immediately submerge it in lukewarm water for it to cool off.

 

More info:
Company Name: Fei Yue Digital Technology Co., Ltd
Web: www.feiyuepaper.com
www.sublicalender.com
E-mail: hannah@feiyuepaper.com
Tel: 86-025-86628894
Whatsapp: +86 18351865850
Address: No.323 Central Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China

Las características de la tecnología de procesamiento de transferencia de calor

heat transfer1. El proceso de transferencia térmica de la imagen exquisita

Imágenes generales finas, siempre que la máquina de dibujo en caliente común pueda completarse, por qué la imagen es exquisita, por ejemplo, cuando nuestros diseñadores quieren fabricar sus propios productos por encima de los diversos patrones y utilizan las herramientas de diseño para nuestras plantas de procesamiento de transferencia térmica. básicamente pueden ser procesados.

2. La aplicación del proceso de transferencia térmica de ancho

La aplicación de procesamiento de transferencia térmica de una amplia gama, no se limita a las telas textiles tradicionales anteriores, ahora hay metal, madera, cristal, plástico y así sucesivamente puede utilizar la tecnología de procesamiento de transferencia de calor para procesar su patrón deseado.

heat transfer machine3. Transferencia térmica que procesa la protección del medio ambiente verde

Muchas empresas ahora usan el equipo ha alcanzado el nivel verde de protección del medio ambiente.

4. La operación de transferencia térmica es simple

Con el desarrollo y la renovación de la tecnología, la tecnología de procesamiento de transferencia térmica ya no es tan difícil como se imagina. Operación simple, impresión exquisita, bajos costos de producción.

Do You Know the Differences Between Sublimation and Inkjet Heat Transfers?

It is known to all that there are some disadvantages with sublimation. You can only work with light colored garments and novelty items. The dye sublimation ink is very transparent and thus will not have the opacity to cover darker items and using fabrics with a 50/50 mix of cotton and polyester, will result in color that looks dull and faded. Sometimes sublimation prints look soft as well. And finally the inks themselves are expensive.

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In general case,standard inkjet heat transfers are much different in that the inkjet ink is transferred with a polymer adhesive layer that encapsulates the ink and gives it stability. Inkjet heat transfers are made to work with most any inkjet printer and ink. It is the polymer adhesive layer that does all of the actual transfer work. The ink is printed onto the adhesive layer and it soaks in a bit. After the ink sets into the adhesive layer, the image is ready to be transferred. The heat press causes the adhesive layer with the image to release from the paper and adhere to the shirt.

sublimation printing

On the contrary,inkjet heat transfers paper are easy to make and economical for the home hobbyist. The color saturation is greater and it does not require any special inks or dedicated printers. Some consumer grade papers can be purchased at local office supplies while more professional heat transfer papers are sold by commercial wholesalers. Inkjet transfer paper for dark garments is available but the transfer is often a heavy rubber or cloth material onto which the image is printed normally. This is then heat pressed onto the garment face up. It results in a very heavy, patchy image area which can often cause sweating underneath when worn.