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This video series of two videos shows you one way to decorate stretchable fabrics such as lycra and spandex. The particular garment used in the demo is a track singlet and the equipment used is a heat press and a Roland Versacamm. For folks who do not own this printer consider contracting out for your prints to a company like Transfer Express or you can find a local company that own a solvent printer (probably a sign shop) and take the roll of material to them to print and cut.

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[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfQjEAfFZkI&feature=PlayList&p=2490942F2699713A&index=1[/media]


[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5jNiF9dQ6c&feature=PlayList&p=2490942F2699713A&index=2[/media]
 

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Awesome video, very informative. Thanks!
What kind of material was used in the Versacamm? What makes it stretch with the garment? (I watched the video 3 or 4 times and didn't hear it mentioned)
 

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Josh...

You are saying to press for 5 seconds but you are actually doing it for only 3 seconds. Your press in the video is set to 3 seconds.

Which one is right?
 

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5 seconds is accurate. It is actually set to 5 seconds in the video - it just beeps for the final 2 seconds and another beep when it releases.
 

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Awesome video, very informative. Thanks!
What kind of material was used in the Versacamm? What makes it stretch with the garment? (I watched the video 3 or 4 times and didn't hear it mentioned)
Was this question ever answered? What is the material used?
 
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