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I am about to invest in a color laser printer to do mugs and tiles, etc. exclusively - I use inkjet for t-shirt transfers. Here is my question. Once a transfer is applied to a mug it should be glazed, can this be done by placing it back into the mug press? What is the method that would produce the highest quality permanency for the mug transfer? Thanks in advance.:p
 

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You need a separate glazing unit.

I really would suggest you look at sublimation.
It is really the way to go.

The Ricoh e3300n with sublimation inks is quite cost effective.

I am a real fan of color laser printers for cotton transfers but not hard substrates.
 
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