Heat Press is the holy grail of the personalized products industry. Heat presses are tailor-made for all levels and volumes of the raw material industry. Starting with equipment to keep the hobby happy and ending with heavy-duty, industrial grade, high volume options, thermal presses are available in all configurations. If you want to know about heat pressling visit our site.
Not only do you need to attach the item to the design to hang it on the shop window, in the hope that it will no longer find the buyer, but to print what the individual customer wants, eliminating the need for excess capital and resources to issue.
Now that it makes business sense to purchase a heat press,
you have the choice between automatic, semi-automatic or manual. The time, temperature and pressure settings can be adjusted according to the needs of the specific product. A durable plate or heating spot with an even heat distribution is essential for the heat transfer process to work perfectly and to eliminate cold or dead spots. A good thermophoresis has a Teflon coating on the plate, so that the press stays clean longer and functions longer.
What people need is the best tool that simplifies work. Development is still the company’s main concern; The focus on how this is achieved has been brought to perfection. Understand customer needs very well and provide professional and maintenance solutions that create and incur the most expensive costs.
Both one-dimensional and multiple heat presses exist for a wide variety of works.
Separate heat presses for flat items such as T-shirts, sportswear, bags, drink racks and mouse pads. Cap and cap presses, cup presses for cups, water bottles and cylindrical articles, and plate presses cover customer-specific goods. Multiform presses offer a wider range of operations and guarantee all of the above thanks to their flexibility. While taking up less space and offering flexibility and variety to press, these machines are clearly designed for shorter runs compared to specialty presses that can produce high volumes.
Today, heat transfer by hot peel is of just as good quality as direct printing and other methods, and can be achieved very easily from a home printer with the right paper. What could be more fun than creating your own unique design, printing it on your own printer and making your own design t-shirt in minutes! And it’s not just t-shirts. Heat transfer is even easier to use on baseball caps and the same technique can be used on hats in general, but you do need a hat press.
We will focus on their proper technique below:
(1) Use a 100% cotton or cotton-polyester blend for best t-shirt results.
There are many available and we find Haynes of Fruit of the Loom 100% cotton or blend works best for a wide range of heat transfer.
(2) Set your transmission to 375-400°F (190-204°C) for best results.
(3) Place the shirt on the heat press pad and remove any wrinkles. For best results, pre-warm the shirt to warm it up and soften these wrinkles.
(4) Place heat transfer print side down (so you can read the design through the paper) and as a general rule, place about ½ finger length from shirt collar (don’t aim and don’t use index finger – use index finger) !
(5) Lock the heating element in position and press with both hands – this requires the right pressure – this is the most common mistake for beginners for not having enough pressure. The result will be that the entire design will not fit on the shirt – so apply pressure with both hands.
(6) Release the heating element after about 10 seconds, or 14 seconds for 100% cotton – again a general rule, but generally no more than 14 seconds.
(7) Immediately remove the transfer paper from the top right corner to the left and do it in a fairly quick motion.
(8) T-shirts should cool and be ready in a few minutes.
When washing, always advise your customers to wash without bleach and to remove directly from the washing machine. Do not dry more than medium and turn the shirt inside out. And we recommend Gad . of course never on