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Maybe I am just lucky, but I am always amazed to see how deep into that seam Quickprint goes. I have not yet had any customer complain about it or have any problems with it.
I don't understand Ray, or are you being facetious?
Maybe I'm missing something, but isn't the point to mask the seam, not accentuate it?
That's why I suggested a heavier material like flock, twill or felt.
Even with direct embroidery, we often need to lay an extra underbase along the seam area to help alleviate the indent from showing under the stitches.
Guess you are truly lucky if your customers don't mind, huh?
I'd never get away with it around here.
Good for you!
I think my customers like the look of the logo being a part of the cap, not something that is sitting on top. I am going to start testing performance polyester caps to try sublimating so the design is "actually" a part of the cap.
Agree 100% with you. We been heat pressing caps for a few years. Look for a few cap styles with good color selections and from economy price to flexfits. When you find the ones that work well ,stick with them.
As for 6 panel we prefer a non structured nice soft cap, seem is no issue, color print work very well. If your using a cut material than stick with thinner ones. Mainly because you can use a bit more press pressure without melting and smashing the fine details of the design together.
Our number one rule is to always double press, hats, shirts etc. If you can see the texture of the material in the print, than it's on there good and makes a much more softer feel.
I just joined forum for another issue and seen this, here's a pic of 6 panel just did.
I have always used the THT: Textile Heat Transfer profile that's in Versaworks.
Never changed it. Worked well on all these materials.