Great point !!!! I had nt even considered that. I was trying to figure out the issue and bam you did it. .... JBNeisha when I first got my T-Square It everything was crooked even though I was sure it was square to my press and my transfers were lined up properly. Problem I had was I wasn't checking that my shirts were perfectly straight on the platen. I was doing it the way I always had, by feel. Thought I was pretty good at it, but apparently before the T-Square It everything was misaligned the same way. I also made the mistake of making sure my collars were placed square but not all the way down the shirt. The instructions are worth a re-read, but now I not only check my collars, but I check the shirt at the opposite end of the platen and I never have alignment issues ever. If you use the T-Square It to align your transfer, but haven't made sure your shirt is aligned you'll have unpredictable results.
The instructions are wrapped around the unit upon shipping. Why you did not get them I do not know but I woull gladly send them to you if you email is posted. Lou Please feel free to contact me. I do not like unhappy customers. Did you buy it direct from me? Please PM me or email me so I can help you.So I have read all these, and I'm still with "Pink". I can NOT get the item to work for me.
Many of you say make sure the shirt is square on the press. How? The shirt falls off on all side unless I'm pressing a very small youth shirt.
Also, What directions are you speaking of? The only thing I have to go by is the video. I did not receive any direction with the t-square.
When I try to square up using the "Points" of the collar, it's not even close to square/straight. I am much closer eyeballing it.
Pink, if you figure it out please let me know!!
Don't get me wrong here, I'm not trashing Lou's invention. There are enough peole here that love it, So I know the problem is in the "USER". I just wish I could figure it out.