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I have a bunch of blank white koozies I plan on printing on. My question is, has anyone diene it on a t jet? And how did you secure the koozie to the platen?
I did this probably about 7 years ago on a tjet 2. I held it down with masking tape. It was on the koozies that have seams on the sides so you could flatten them down rather then the foam ones. Before printing I had to create a template in fast artist so I knew where exactly the art would print at.
 

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Awesome. Thanks. That was my plan. I have the "baby t shirt" platen. So I it fits nice, I can tape it down easily on that. I have created the template already too. Thanks for the answer
 

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Worked like a charm. Burned a koozie or 2 before I realized, the poly pretreat absorbs into the foam under the outer poly layer. So I had to be sure to allow enough time to dry
 

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On another note, one customer wanted their website on the bottom of the koozie.... People find any possible way to make a simple job more difficult.
Well I was perplexed on how to get it on a platen. And it dawned on me... Put the koozie on a full (unopened) can, turn it upside down and you have a koozie platen. If you want to print on the bottom anyway.
 
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