"The biggest issue people which people experience is that they find the settings recommended by the suppliers of the media and heat press are not working or have too much heat + Pressure. Don't be afraid to experiment with your materials! Most…"
"Stahls sells a teflon material (not the pillow) that you can cut to the size of your platen. Lay your shirt down on the heat press, position your decal, then lay this teflon on TOP of everything and press like normal. You might have to increase temp…"
"For poly shirts we cut the carrier sheet as close to the logo as we can with scissors then cover everything with a Pellon sheet ( a Pellon sheet is a square piece of material they use for test printing in the Screenprinting world) press with this…"
"Heat makes it worse, but maybe a larger platen won't make it so noticeable, make sure your settings for the vinyl your using are correct and remember that's just a guide some time you have to make small adjustments as in heat setting…"
"what kind of material are you using, I started using solar print from IW the spec for heat is 210 for 20 seconds, a whole lot less than most vinyls. I just made some bags a few weeks ago with it and they looked great, it's expensive though(of…"
We are knew to the game and have had problems with leaving platen marks on the polyester garments. I know it is hard to eliminate them completely but I was looking for any tricks that would lessen these marks. We are using a Hix CHE-2800 air pressure heat press and I would appreciate any input.Thanks, ClarenceSee More
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