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Old August 8th, 2012 Aug 8, 2012 11:19:00 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. I posted here a couple days ago and I don't see my post. I use your heat transfers all the time on T shirts. They work very well. I decided to try making some of my own. Bought an Okidata Laser Printer and some different kinds of paper that you offer and have to say so far I am unimpressed. I used the CL Trimfree and the ImageClip. Followed the instructions to the letter. The images came out spotty in places using both kinds. Like where the ink didn't adhere to the material. 65% of it looked good. The rest not so much. It looked almost pixelated or something. Any ideas what I can do? Increase pressure? Increase heat? Increase Time?
I did read taking a towel and rubbing over the transfer before pulling off the paper. I will try it. Also, the images were coming out darker than the picture actually was. Don't know yet if this is a printer problem or a transfer problem. I tried lightening the image before print but came out the same way -darker. Begining to wonder if I don't have an expensive paper weight on my hands or if I will be able to figure this all out. Any advice greatly appreciated.

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