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Old July 26th, 2016 Jul 26, 2016 6:17:56 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default 100% Cotton, 50/50 100% Polyester

Are there any JSPP that can do all three? Or know of any that are half way decent for 100% Poly?
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Default Re: 100% Cotton, 50/50 100% Polyester

For me every paper I tried on 100% poly was always sticky after pressing and peeling, including JPSS. I have tried a few others all were that way. And still sticky after washing.
If you find one I'd be interested in hearing about it as I have yet to find one that worked.

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I think basically the only real option for 100% poly is sublimation. I tried it with DTG...blehhh..even with the special sprays...and with ink jet transfers...another blehhh!
 
 
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Default Re: 100% Cotton, 50/50 100% Polyester

If you can use a color laser printer, the Neenah ImageClip products work on cotton, 50/50 and polyester. Ink-jet I agree with the statements by others above...
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Default Re: 100% Cotton, 50/50 100% Polyester

I try to stick with 100% cotton verses using poly, so unfortunately I have no suggestions for you. Polyester is too much of a pain to work with and people are more interested in cotton T-Shirts for the comfort. I find that ink sets better with it also. I tried looking around online but was unable to find anything for you, it may not be available. All I found was this Knowledge Center at Gilan that has some suggestions when working with 100% polyester to make it work... Knowledge Center | DECORATOR TIPS | Screen Printing on 100% Polyester | Gildan. If nothing else, it's something to work with until a JSPP that works with all three can be found.
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