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DIY Vinyl Settings and tips

Vinyl comes in many different types and thicknesses. If properly applied, they can look excellent and last a long time! Heat Transfer Vinyl Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) is often made from PVC or other plastics. Customers can be a bit hesitant about vinyl, since they may have had a bad experience with improperly-applied HTV, which…
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Epson F2000 Basic Print Head Troubleshooting Guide

If you’re having trouble with print banding or other related issues, here are some of the basics to run through. If you’re still having issues, then you may need a bigger repair. Diagnostics – You should be running a nozzle check daily as well as at least light print head cleanings. These are the patterns…
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Learn More about Heat Transfers!

Heat transfer is a very broad term that includes several different processes. The only thing in common is that they all require heat to be applied to the garment! This can include several types of heat transfer – inkjet heat transfer, screen print heat transfer, and vinyl. Iron-on Transfer Many DIYers have gone to their…
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Learn More About Dye Sublimation!

Very easy to get into, dye sublimation is one of the most common types of printing done! How does it work? Sublimation is a science-y term that describes how something goes from a gas to a solid, without becoming a liquid! How does this happen? It uses special ink, designed to vaporize at 400F, as…
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Learn More About Direct to Garment (DTG)?

Ever wonder how they got a photograph on a t-shirt? This is how! Direct to Garment technology is like a giant inkjet printer, complete with unlimited colors and high-resolution capabilities.

Screen Printing

Screen printing is the printing on apparel that most everyone is familiar with. It works by creating the creation of large stencils (usually silk, hence “silk-screening”), and pushing ink through the gaps onto the fabric or material. Only one color can be used per screen, so each color in the image requires a separate screen.…
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