You can't go wrong with Imageclip Laser Light. That is all ever used for light garments. No trimming and self weeding. Good for pastel if you print with spot color black or if you don't mind the shirt color affecting other spot colors you can other spot colors also. But the point is there is not polymer window. One caveat the manufacturer says it will not work with gradient or photo. I overcame that limitations by converting the image to high resolution RGB color halftone.sorry if this is in the wrong place.
having never seen a laser transfer .. or even a laser printer for that matter, which gives the best results, inkjet or laser ?
the reason i ask is, i need to get away from the trimming around the JPSS, i only print onto white shirts, but still from a retail point of view i would prefer no transfer sheet showing around the images at all..
so im thinking a laser printer and image clip sheets, but having never seen one, i dont want to spend a small fortune and they look and feel pretty crappy
any help in this decision would be greeted extremely thankfully
If you want to evaluate the transfer buy or ask free pre-printed and/or pre-weedied from one of the vendors.
I gave up on inkjet printer long time ago after I tossed 5 printers due clogging.