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[Sawgrass DirectAdvantage] Concerning Chromablast Transfer paper for dark Garment

 
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Default Concerning Chromablast Transfer paper for dark Garment

Hi,

my name is Jack. I just bought 2 Ricoh printers(SG3110). One using Sublijet and 2nd using Chromablast. I'm very satisfied with the Sublijet on white Garment. But I'm facing some issues with Chromoblast on dark Garment. Printing goes well but I can't trim the paper without getting a white dust provoked by the blade.
I tried to first cut only the first layer. But it's so elastic. So I tried to cut deeper but the result stayed very bad.
Can anyone tell me how they trimmed the paper and still getting a nice cut.

Thanks for any help.

Jack
 






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