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taurusndixie said:
Thanks in advance for any pros and cons of mug presses.
I was thinking of buying a Geo mug press til I read the review at dyesub.org

Any info from people who own this press would be most helpful.

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We use the DK3 purchased from Coastal Business Supplies (free shipping and best price we found) and it works pretty well. One thing about this press, the timer wires come loose very easily. We had to open the back and plug it back in. It has worked fine since then.

We wanted this press because the mug goes in sideways and can go either way as well as fit other cylindrical objects.
 

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I find the single mug press not a problem for orders of 100-200 mugs. We are spending the cook time printing the transfers, trimming them, prepping the mugs, or working on other orders. The time goes really fast.

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What setup do you use to produce your transfers ?

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We use the epson 1280 with the Sawgrass bulk delivery dye-sub kit. The blanks are from either NovaChrome or Coastal Business Supplies depending on the number of mugs we need in a single order. Coastal is cheaper with the free shipping once you get over 4 cases or so.
 
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