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Hi hello
Sorry but i need some advice

I will try A & B paper,
question are:
can i use those a & b paper with an inkjet printer ? or need a laser ?
what ink is the best for this paper ?

I did see an brother DCP-L2530DW laser printer A3, is this an nice one

thanks allready
Greetzz
Alisha
 

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Hi hello
Sorry but i need some advice

I will try A & B paper,
question are:
can i use those a & b paper with an inkjet printer ? or need a laser ?
what ink is the best for this paper ?

I did see an brother DCP-L2530DW laser printer A3, is this an nice one

thanks allready
Greetzz
Alisha
obviously you talking about the laser transfer papers.
You need a white toner laser printer.
Around $6,000 for the A3 size.
 

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Thanks for your reply, but i know those oki printer with a white toner are really expensive, but for that A & B foil paper and Flex Soft No-Cut paper i can also use a normal laserprinter?
Technically yes, but how are you going to print white on black or dark color shirts?
Also you will not be able to print pink, grey, or any other pastel color, which rely on the substrate for its white content. Toner is the glue basically, so you need to use white to compensate where needed.
 

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Eh... yes and no. The colors pop a lot more when white toner is used.
I think you need to do some research on Flex Soft.


The colour comes from the film used.
It's a 2 part system, you print black onto the back of the film then press to the emulsion sheet.
By prinitng white toner on top of the black toner you would hinder the process.
 

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I think you need to do some research on Flex Soft.


The colour comes from the film used.
It's a 2 part system, you print black onto the back of the film then press to the emulsion sheet.
By prinitng white toner on top of the black toner you would hinder the process.
You don't print white over the black...you simply print white. I know what I'm saying. The colors pop more when using white toner. Do one test with white and one with black toner and you will see.
 
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