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Here's another thought for you: Find a local printer/presser and get some pricing on what he/she would charge you to make some t-shirts that you design. Either buy the shirts at first to re-sell or design a flyer with your designs on shirts and presell before you sink your $$ into either a press or printed shirt inventory. Just getting started, I wouldn't risk quality and making a name for yourself by using a press that really isn't geared for quality results. Heat transfers are very dependent on time, temperature & pressure, and you need a commercial grade machine to nail down these factors. Otherwise you risk durability for sure. I was walking the beachfront in Ft Lauderdale back in February and saw a guy with a kiosk set up with a wooden press in the center. His shirt designs were peeling off before they were even washed. Not a good image to portray:(
 
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