digital heat press t-shirts

digital heat press t-shirts from Creative Youth Enterprise, Inc.

By: Creative Youth Enterprise, Inc.  07/07/2010
Keywords: Digital Printing

Light transfers  are only used for light colored shirts like yellow and light blue. You print your design in mirror image (words and sentences are flipped horizontally and is not readable just like the word Ambulance is written in a hospital ambulance) and place the light transfer facing down (print faces down). While hot, peel off the backing and the transfer is done (design should now be readable if there were texts included). With light transfers, there is no need to cut the part where there was no print (i.e. the white part) because they will just melt on the fabric.

Dark transfers can be used for both light and dark colored shirts. The transfer gives a rubberized feel. You print the design normally (readable) then peel off the design before transferring using the heatpress. The white part or the part where there is no print will be visible on the finished transfer unless you cut them off (some complicated designs are difficult to cut and you might need a desktop cutter for that – a machine that cuts paper with the shape you specified on its bundled software – used in making stickers as well . We usually just use a pair of scissors to cut the design – works for most designs.

Sublimation Paper  can be used effectively on dri-fit material like badminton shirts of addidas at nike. Sublimation paper should only be used using sublimation ink. This works also on 70/30 polycotton.  Please understand that only sublimation ink can be transfered on a polymer fiber, therefore if you use a t-shirt with 50/50 polycotton, you will get  just 50%  result.  Likewise, with 70/30 polycotton, 70%  result. advisable ito sa.

We have been experimenting constantly to create the best and durable transfers and we always update our clients on new materials and methods.

Keywords: Digital Printing

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