Hey guys, Just wanted to know if its Possible to flash cure Transfer sheets, as opposed to using a conveyor belt. Im pretty sure that its possible but will it Work, will I be able to get good results? or am i setting my self up for failure? Thanks :}
neither, you press the transfers peel as directed and your done . you heat press is your heat source to install and cure you transfer just make sure you follow the directions provied buy whom ever you get them from.
did see that you were attempting to make them, sorry . its possible but make sure you shrink them first . I don't know how long thou. if you had a conveyer you would run them thru first too.biggest problem keepng them on the platen while printing them. why not just print the shirts.
I think you're asking about plastisol transfers. Yes you can use a flash unit when you print the transfers. Monitor your temp with a laser thermometer to be sure you don't get them too hot. Follow the curing instructions from the manufacturer.
You will achieve the final cure when you press the transfer onto the shirt.
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