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When it comes to inkjet transfers, obviously, you have to cut them out. Are there any hard and fast guidelines? Leave X amount of space around the transfer or what?

Also, if you send off your graphics to have them made into plastisol transfers do you have to cut those out when they come back or will the 3rd party do that for you?
 

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Hi ph0yce,

I can't help you with the inkjet transfers because screen printing is our game, but I can tell you that with plastisol transfers there's no need for them to be cut out.
With inkjet you print onto a film that will itself be transfered onto the garment, but with plastisol transfers, there is no film, the only thing that comes off the paper is the ink itself - i.e. your design!
 
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