First thing check the temp on your press,, if you are in the usa make sure your press is in f, and not cels. also make sure you are printing the correct side of paper and watch your press times and pressure.
Yep!Have you figured out why I like swingaway presses now.
and I have the burned knuckles to prove it!If it is warm enough to burn your fingers, at least you know it is getting hot.
Sorry, no the greaseproof paper is discolouring but the fabric in between the two layers of paper is what is scorching and kind of melting, it's becoming stiff and brittle.The greaseproof paper will discolour, but it shouldn't melt.
It's an Epson D92 with Rotech Dye Sublimation inks.What printer and inks are you using?
I'm using Signal Dye Sublimation PaperAre using sublimation paper and if so what paper are you using?
No, not yet, just white 100% Polyester fabric. I've ordered some T-shirts but they haven't arrived yet.Are you using a t-shirt designed for sublimation?
I'm in the UK but I had some greaseproof oven paper that I was using but it didn't seem to stop the fabric getting scorched.As the ungreased paper, I use UNCOATED butcher paper. In the US, you can buy it from a store such as Sam's Club.
I wonder if the quality of my paper is the problem then Charles? Actually I looked at some cheaper paper, but decided to go with this one instead as I wanted to use the better stuff but I'm not sure now.You can tell which side of the paper to print on...it is the bright side...the dull side is not printed on and Will is correct.. the print will be dull...
From the sound of things, I would suggest the problem is your press...if you can't set correct temp...nothing is going to work well...why not take a print to some with a press and try it..?
Is there any chance it could be the position of the CISS?You need to do a nozzle ck. One or more of the colors are clogged. If you have a bad nozzle ck, do two head cleanings back to back then a nozzle. DOn't do any more printing until you have a perfect nozzle ck.