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Hello,

Recently, I have seen quite a few topics on Stahls cad-cut printable vinyls or a similar brand, so I decided to look into it and I like the idea of printing color t-shirt in this manner. But I have noticed in a lot of the how to videos on the Stahls website and Youtube that when using the white cad-cut printable vinyl you can often see the white baking on the edges of the image when pressed is this easily fixed/avoided or is this something you have to live with?

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Hello,

Recently, I have seen quite a few topics on Stahls cad-cut printable vinyls or a similar brand, so I decided to look into it and I like the idea of printing color t-shirt in this manner. But I have noticed in a lot of the how to videos on the Stahls website and Youtube that when using the white cad-cut printable vinyl you can often see the white baking on the edges of the image when pressed is this easily fixed/avoided or is this something you have to live with?

Thank you.
You can print full bleed, you do not need the white boarder.
 
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Hello Marsha & Tony,

Thank you for your reply.

Can I get your opinion on (https://www.stahls.com/printable-heat-transfer-material-express-print) The video can be fond on the left with the images and towards the end of the example press you can see white bits still on the Tee (2:58 to 3:01) will doing a full bleed fix this?

It may not look like much but knowing its there will drive me mad :rolleyes:

Thanks again for the help.
 

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Hello Marsha & Tony,

Thank you for your reply.

Can I get your opinion on (https://www.stahls.com/printable-heat-transfer-material-express-print) The video can be fond on the left with the images and towards the end of the example press you can see white bits still on the Tee (2:58 to 3:01) will doing a full bleed fix this?

It may not look like much but knowing its there will drive me mad :rolleyes:

Thanks again for the help.
I dont see that in our prints. It looks like a bad cut or that there was not enough bleed. Get a small roll and check it out. It prints nice and is easy to work with.
 
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