Listen to equipment zone. Sounds like hottronix does not have a clue. I use the EZ numbers as do most dtg operators or similar. If u use the hottronix numbers u will waste your time and money.
You need to listen to the folks at Equipment Zone, they are the ones selling you the ink and should know what is needed to properly cure it...that said, IMHO the times quoted by "the supplier" are incorrect, you will not have a proper cure and you will have fading colors, poor washablity.hi,
To avoid yellowing on tee-shirt, my supplier (hotronix heat press) recommends to heat press at:
1) 300°F/30s hover only
2) and 300°F/15 sec max curing / 0..2PR
Note: Recommendations from equipmentzone are 330°F/90s/light to medium pressure (for one layer, white tee-shirt), and 180s for 2 layers (with white underbase)
Hotronix is saying 90s is already too much...
for white tee-shirt, there is a big difference between 90s and 15s, anybody has tested 15s for curing the DTG ink of equipmentzone ?
are the washing test ok ?
I can test myself but I just want to have your opinion first.
thanks for your help