Save up and get a real press. I think I got this one working...it turns out (I think) that the temperature gauge is waaaay off. By like 100+ degrees. I tried it on some scrap JetLite (the page that worked), and by golly it did not burn the shirt and about 98 percent of the time 99% of it came off. I used 300 and not so much pressure and it seemed to work. I still haven't gotten any more sample paper to really make a determination, but I think I may have arrived.djmus said:anyone have info to make this? can't buy the guide from the guy he is not offering it anymore. i would like to see how this works out. under 50 bucks i could probally make my profit back if this goes allright. then save up fro a professional one.
Did you ever get anywhere on making a decent heat press.I have been doing a lot of research considering the possibilities of making a quality heat press. I even visited a manufacturer and saw the whole process (took the tour) so to speak. Really their isn't that much involved in making a good heat press. I am not going to go into detail about how everything works because most of the people that read this forum already know how these things work. I purchased a Stahls Maxx 16 X 20 and then a man in my area had a Stahls Hotronix 16 X 20 that he couldn't get to power up. So i took it off his hands for 100 bucks and i went into reverse engineering it. Really their isn't that much to them. Getting quality products to work with might be an issue but i will make another thread posting my progress on this project. I am going to start from nothing and try to make a real heat press not a griddle one. Wish me luck.