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Anyone have experience with using a heat transfer press for setting screen printing and airbrushing?
In my short experience that seems to be the way to go, cause ironing the shirt sure does not work:mad: ...many wasted shirts, don't recommend it.

So...which press do I get?...naturally THE BEST, MOST EXPENSIVE ONE. But, where do I buy it?
 

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AirThreadz said:
Anyone have experience with using a heat transfer press for setting screen printing and airbrushing?
Screenprinting yes, airbrushing no (no experience that is, not "no, it won't work"). Works for waterbased screenprinting inks.

AirThreadz said:
In my short experience that seems to be the way to go, cause ironing the shirt sure does not work:mad: ...many wasted shirts, don't recommend it.
Doesn't work at all, or isn't consistent? If it's not working at all for you I'd be worried about using a heat press. If you just mean it's not consistent, a pain for the user, etc. that's a different matter.

AirThreadz said:
So...which press do I get?...naturally THE BEST, MOST EXPENSIVE ONE.
Yup, lots of info on the forums for this.

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But, where do I buy it?
Imprintables Warehouse

(they are not the only reputable store, but they're the only one who post useful information on these forums; the other forum sponsors (such as Coastal and Best Blanks) should also do you right if you decide to go with them)
 

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Yes you want a press to set airbrush paints. The paint guys will sell you that you dont have to but it always helps. Really is just a good quick dry for everything. I use the createx colors.
 
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