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Forum: Epson SureColor DTG Printers June 27th, 2014
Replies: 38
Views: 7,599
Posted By EricDeem
Re: Using Image Armor Ultra for Epson f2000

Electricity isn't free so it will in effect cost more to heat the press an additional 10f.

$1800 split up over 3 years is only $1.64 per day...so it's not like the expense is that high.

However...
Forum: Epson SureColor DTG Printers June 27th, 2014
Replies: 38
Views: 7,599
Posted By EricDeem
Re: Using Image Armor Ultra for Epson f2000

I've printed 30,000 prints via DTG and atleast 25,000 had pretreatment on them. I used Stahls 16x20 auto clam for every single one and not once have I ever seen any issues with corrosion on the heat...
Forum: Epson SureColor DTG Printers June 27th, 2014
Replies: 38
Views: 7,599
Posted By EricDeem
Re: Using Image Armor Ultra for Epson f2000

That should be fine. The only way to really know tho is to print it and see what happens.
Forum: Epson SureColor DTG Printers June 25th, 2014
Replies: 38
Views: 7,599
Posted By EricDeem
Re: Using Image Armor Ultra for Epson f2000

Teflon on the top is ok but must be wiped after EVERY shirt is pretreated. If it were me I would take the teflon cover off the top and leave the bottom one on. I would also suggest using either the...
Forum: Epson SureColor DTG Printers June 25th, 2014
Replies: 38
Views: 7,599
Posted By EricDeem
Re: Using Image Armor Ultra for Epson f2000

Pic #1 looks like there is either not enough pretreatment or you have several white nozzles not firing. Do a medium clean and try to add more pretreat. You basically can't over pretreat a shirt if...
Forum: Epson SureColor DTG Printers June 25th, 2014
Replies: 38
Views: 7,599
Posted By EricDeem
Re: Using Image Armor Ultra for Epson f2000

1. Spray with pretreatment
2. Brush the fibers down in one direction while the shirt is wet
3. Place onto heat press and cover with silicon or coated craft paper
4. Press at 330f for 30 secs...
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