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yep, agreeing with joe, the blend shirts are below average in terms of colour reproduction and ease of pressing. it's good advice to chop up a spare shirt and press small pieces at a time to make adjustments to temp etc. and you don't need to print loads of sheets, just cut one up into small pieces, something like a pic of a brick wall (so your test bits all look the same ish) would do it for testing and chop it up into 15? pieces.
we are at 195c for poly shirts for 70 seconds but 185c for 75 with blends, we rarely use blends due to the under-performing durability these days, and to me I can see the colour shift of the white where it is starting to over cook.
 
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