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Old July 18th, 2012 Jul 18, 2012 2:31:59 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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I want opinions on TRANSFERJET paper from Best Blanks - who makes this paper and how good is it. I have been having trouble with JetproSS on New 100% cotton shirt, when I peal it hot, I have issues with it not completely sticking to the shirt surface, 25% of the image is not holding. I tried more pressure, more heat and I can't seem to make it work. UGH!

I had the opportunity to try TRANSFERJET and it seems really nice, peals easy and seems to hold up to washing.

I was wondering what others think of it and if I can get it at other places other than BEST BLANKS?
 
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Read somewhere that this TransJet paper is quite good. Where can I buy this? Meron ba sa Sulit?
 
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Read somewhere that this TransJet paper is quite good. Where can I buy this? Meron ba sa Sulit?
I don't know if "Transferjet" is the same paper as "Transjet" but the OEM for "Transjet" is

One Step Papers

Transjet is a private label brand of that same paper but is made by the company in the link above.
 
 
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I want opinions on TRANSFERJET paper from Best Blanks - who makes this paper and how good is it. I have been having trouble with JetproSS on New 100% cotton shirt, when I peal it hot, I have issues with it not completely sticking to the shirt surface, 25% of the image is not holding. I tried more pressure, more heat and I can't seem to make it work. UGH!

I had the opportunity to try TRANSFERJET and it seems really nice, peals easy and seems to hold up to washing.

I was wondering what others think of it and if I can get it at other places other than BEST BLANKS?
It is a product that is sold by Airwavesinc.com also.

Air Waves Store "The World Leader in Heat Applied Graphics".

I bought my stock and digital transfers from them when I first started. I used mostly the One Step for thermal wax ink. At the time way back when, the Transjet test with inkjet printer result I had was the whole polymer had greenish cast after it is pressed on the shirt so I did not pursue it. Now I noticed it is offered in rolls also.
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Old July 27th, 2012 Jul 27, 2012 6:40:10 AM -   #5 (permalink)
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It is a product that is sold by Airwavesinc.com also.

Air Waves Store "The World Leader in Heat Applied Graphics".

I bought my stock and digital transfers from them when I first started. I used mostly the One Step for thermal wax ink. At the time way back when, the Transjet test with inkjet printer result I had was the whole polymer had greenish cast after it is pressed on the shirt so I did not pursue it. Now I noticed it is offered in rolls also.
Airwaves has trademarked the term "Transjet 2", so I think "Transferjet" is another vendor brand name perhaps.

I have used some of the Transjet 2 from Airwaves, never seen a greenish cast before, unless it was from using Epsons OEM inks and color shifted during pressing. This paper is used by hundreds of other users over at HTFDP, never saw that complaint before unless it was due to Epsons inks. Cobra pigments and other inks can be found not to color shift.

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Airwaves has trademarked the term "Transjet 2", so I think "Transferjet" is another vendor brand name perhaps.

I have used some of the Transjet 2 from Airwaves, never seen a greenish cast before, unless it was from using Epsons OEM inks and color shifted during pressing. This paper is used by hundreds of other users over at HTFDP, never saw that complaint before unless it was due to Epsons inks. Cobra pigments and other inks can be found not to color shift.

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What I meant was when Transjet was first introduced by Airwaves in the market. Very old version. It was not Transjet 2 then it was plain Transjet. It is not just the printed image the whole kitten caboodle including the polymer window. It was not ink shift related issue.
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What I meant was when Transjet was first introduced by Airwaves in the market. Very old version. It was not Transjet 2 then it was plain Transjet. It is not just the printed image the whole kitten caboodle including the polymer window. It was not ink shift related issue.
Airwaves now rebrands "One Step" (The OEM's paper) as "Transjet 2". I never tried the original Transjet.
 
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Trying to decide on TransferJet Inkjet paper or JPSS as well. Had been using Stahl's InkTra. Which is the best? Lasts longest? Feels softest?
 
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Default Re: "TRANSFERJET" Paper??

I'm afraid this Transjet paper is not really available here in the Philippines, so I will have to settle for 3G dark transfer.

3G does the job for me. I'm very satisfied with the results, especially on the "washability" test. My sample is now on its 5th wash and the design is still intact, no cracking, no fading, no peeling whatsoever. I think, next to vinyl, it should last long.

My main concern now is how to craft my designs in dark transfer to make it look more pro and attractive. I don't have a cutter-plotter so I manually cut my designs. Is there a thread here on dark transfer design tips..
 






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