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Old May 21st, 2019 May 21, 2019 11:55:20 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, i'm new in the shirt world.
I want to ask someone, who can give some advice, how to make some fading font effect..
My equipment is; vinyl cutter, heat press, laser engraver and laser printer.
And my second question is, what is best choice to make, all over print shirt... i think, the best choice would be digital print.. but i dont have possibility to use one..
Only what i can use is HTV.. i'm using siser vinyl's.. and i think it's trashy.. cuz when i press a new shirt, it looks supercool but, when i put it in the washing maschine, it looks like one piece of .... offcourse it depends on the size of the design.. when i have small things, it's more ok...

finally.. i'm sorry for my english.. i came from Czech Republic..
I'be waiting for your responses guys

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Old May 24th, 2019 May 24, 2019 5:32:14 AM -   #2 (permalink)
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Hello, i'm new in the shirt world.
I want to ask someone, who can give some advice, how to make some fading font effect..
My equipment is; vinyl cutter, heat press, laser engraver and laser printer.
And my second question is, what is best choice to make, all over print shirt... i think, the best choice would be digital print.. but i dont have possibility to use one..
Only what i can use is HTV.. i'm using siser vinyl's.. and i think it's trashy.. cuz when i press a new shirt, it looks supercool but, when i put it in the washing maschine, it looks like one piece of .... offcourse it depends on the size of the design.. when i have small things, it's more ok...

finally.. i'm sorry for my english.. i came from Czech Republic..
I'be waiting for your responses guys

here is the photo of "fading font effect"
- https://drive.google.com/open?id=1U-...Lf4MAUGo63Ig37
It loooks very good to me
 
Old May 27th, 2019 May 27, 2019 7:33:45 PM -   #3 (permalink)
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You can't do a fading effect easily with HTV as HTV is a solid color. You could use multiple colors of vinyl, if you could find them, going from light to dark or visa versa, but mostly too hard.

If you have a laser printer, some kind of transfer paper for laser printers might do, if it is a color laser printer you can get color out of it.

I would imagine for all over printer sublimation would work best. But you need a larger printer, (wide format,) and a large press and are limited to polyester. When they do this sublimation printers, the print covers the whole fabric area and more. So they design the edges to not line up perfectly. I don't know if you can get the edge of the fabric with DTG, but don't have enough experience there to know.
 






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