Before you buy check out all your heat press options. www.printa.com
- the 550 series is one of the nicest heat presses on the market. I use it at my trade show booth all the time at ISS and NBM/Printwear. It is easy to use and has auto release.
Sublimation does require a 100% poly shirt to do the best t can do. However, you are not simly limited to the Soft Link from Hanes.
Other shirts are available in the market. www.acp.com www.johnsonplastics.com www.vaporapparel.com
good options including colored shirts that work with sublimation dyes.....yes colored shirts!