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Old October 7th, 2014 Oct 7, 2014 2:34:51 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Im looking thru the threads and i can see some answers but unsure if they are pertaining to this particular problem so posting some pics with this one... im having problems printing on hoodies (20/80 poly cotton mix) im printing then flashing then printing again to get an opaque print which work well for tshirts but im getting a un wanted 3d effect that looks like the fibers are all standing on end a little like velcro ... any help appreciated

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better result on tees (still not amazing)
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Check your "off contact" , make sure you are clearing the ink from the screen and most importantly when printing white- buy a quality ink. There are several quality inks, I usually stay with Triangle amd Union product's. Stir the ink well +especially white) before printing. you may also be experiencing some fibrillation.
 
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Also, ensure your adhesive is holding the sweatshirt to the pallet and not lifting with the screen. Good luck.
 
 
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Thank you testing will commence tomorrow ... thanks again for the pointers
 






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