Ironall paper will give you the minimum window/frame, but no cotton digital transfer will achieve that (i.e. you'd need to get plastisol transfers or use dye sub).bari7230 said:I’m looking for a transfer paper (soft, very soft feel) that I will be able to print on, later to heat press on 100% cotton and get only the image without the frame avoiding the process of cutting edges, can I achieve that?
Some people are right.bari7230 said:Initially I thought that sublimation is what I was looking for but some people say it’s only to be used on >65% polyester
Somewhat. Recently a manufacturer (Sawgrass is the only one I've heard of so far) announced some success with dye sublimation on 100% cotton. However the inks are more expensive and it only works on white. My personal opinion is that it's a token offering at best.bari7230 said:but I see that some manufactures declare that their pepper can be used on 100% cotton, is that true?