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Old April 26th, 2015 Apr 26, 2015 6:08:52 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hey,

So we apply JPSS a little differently then most people do and we have had some really awesome results with it. Hopefully you will to.

So we start out with our Epson 7610 Pigment Ink Printer, we put the JPSS in the printer and print the first pass on the lowest possible setting. Once the JPSS has passed through the first time we put it back in and reprint it on high quality matte setting.

Then we take our shirt and put it on the heat press and pre heat to 375 and press the shirt without the JPSS for 10 seconds then we place the JPSS on the shirt and press with heavy pressure for 20 seconds. Then stretch and remove the JPSS. Once the shirt has had about an hour to sit we heat press the shirt again at 350 for 10 seconds, 5 minutes or so and heat press it again at 350 for 10 seconds then let it sit for about an hour then we wash it.

And the result is a super soft DTG like feeling, in the past before we did this method, when we stretched it like we did in the second image, there was much larger cracks of white in the screen lettering and it was not nearly as soft as it is now.







This method has worked really well for us, not sure if anyone else does it like this. But i wanted to share it with people and see the kind of results you get from it.
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Thanks for the tip. I'm going to be trying some JPSS transfer paper this weekend
 
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Your solution is good when you only need to make few Shirts but it take too much time for large quantity or for customer that need tshirt in 10 min
 
 
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Well for large quantities we also do DTG and screen printing as an economic option.

But for those people who only need a few shirts for one event or what ever and just want something cheap that's how we go about it.
 






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