A heat press is the machine that presses a transfer onto an imprintable substrate. Using high temperatures and heavy pressures for a certain amount of time, the transfer is permanently embedded into the product. Heat presses are recommended for professional and satisfying results simply because standard laminating devices and home hand irons can not get even near the temperatures required for a reliable transfer. Standard transfers require anywhere from 180 to 220 degrees demand serious force in pressing. These temperatures and pressures are simply not possible with other heated devices.
The following are some of the far more common items often heat pressed. The list by no means ends here. T-Shirts, Caps, Ceramic Plates, Ceramic Tiles, Mugs, Mouse Pads, Paper Memo Cubes, Tote Bags, Jigsaw Puzzles, Lettering, Numbers, Rhinestones/Crystals, Wood / Metals Other Misc. Fabrics & Materials
The daily printing job is suggested. Also, please shake the ink cartridge every week to avoid generating sediment.
We suggest washing on the reverse side of T-shirt and using the washing machine instead to avoid hand-rub.
A transfer is made up of a carrier paper and inks. When heated to a certain temperature and pressed with a significant amount of pressure for a certain amount of time, the transfer inks are passed over to the imprintable material. Some inks are adhered and embedded to the surface of the material, while others (namely, sublimation) permeate the coating of the material.
There are 4 sizes are available now - 30x40cm, 40x40cm, 55x40cm, 60x40cm.We also can develop other size as customer required, as long as it is within the printable range of printer.
The machine has automatic cleaning function, crrent version of RIP does not support varnish printing.