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Epson F2000 print on white T-shirt and finishing problem

 
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Old December 6th, 2018 Dec 6, 2018 8:45:44 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Please help and advice
I own Epson F2000 almost 1 year but from the beginning I have a small problem. I believe it's a bit of a thing but ... I do not know. I beg you for help.
1) When I print on a white shirt, after fixing the print, the print is kind of pale, the colors are not as intense and strong. Everything is kind of colorless, as washed. What make me afraid to stay strong and intense?
2) What to use to make the colors be very intense and intense? So far I have used the baking paper I put between the press and the t-shirt. What do you use?
3) Which temperatures do you use - settings (for white and for color t-shirts) ????
Thanks for your answers and help
 
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Please help and advice
I own Epson F2000 almost 1 year but from the beginning I have a small problem. I believe it's a bit of a thing but ... I do not know. I beg you for help.
1) When I print on a white shirt, after fixing the print, the print is kind of pale, the colors are not as intense and strong. Everything is kind of colorless, as washed. What make me afraid to stay strong and intense?
2) What to use to make the colors be very intense and intense? So far I have used the baking paper I put between the press and the t-shirt. What do you use?
3) Which temperatures do you use - settings (for white and for color t-shirts) ????
Thanks for your answers and help
What is your rip software?
 
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I use Epson GarmentCreator
 
 
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Are you pretreating the white shirts?
 






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