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Old December 24th, 2009 Dec 24, 2009 5:33:36 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hi each and all, I am doing test runs on Transfer paper and would like to test JET-PRO SofStretch Transfer Paper
Does anyone know of a supllier of this paper in the UK it is rather elusive to find? Many thanks

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Old December 24th, 2009 Dec 24, 2009 6:18:52 AM -   #2 (permalink)
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Send a private message (PM) to Darren in this thread https://www.t-shirtforums.com/inkjet-...tml#post610947

He just posted recently about finding a supplier in the UK.
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Old January 8th, 2010 Jan 8, 2010 12:06:07 PM -   #3 (permalink)
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Hi Darren,

I had the same problem finding Sofstretch a couple of months ago but then found these guys.... Yolo... Transfer Papers for Inkjet Printers - they do A4 & A3 and you can buy as little as 10 sheets.

Hope this helps!

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SNAP, lol, just received my sample order from Yolo a few days ago, still on the test period, initial impressions are that maybe a t-shirt with a tight weave would be better? I am using 100% cotton "Fruit Of The Loom"


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Lol, after I posted my message I saw the other thread and discussions about price. £8 for 10 sheets was the cheapest I could find too so I figured you had already found Yolo. My first impressions were really positive but I have to admit that I am still learning the trade! If you look at the 'Applications' section at the bottom of this page A4 JET-PRO SofStretch for Lights it does recommend a tight weave so perhaps you could obtain better results with a change of fabric.

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I will see how things go with a tight weave T-Shirt and post the results, keep your eyes open !!!!
 
Old May 18th, 2010 May 18, 2010 2:50:33 AM -   #7 (permalink)
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Hi Guys After testing I havw JPSS 5 washes last one 80 degris : nothing !!!! no blending no going away Very happy .But now Opaque2 I thing is diferetn story IMO is good but You can find Beter !!!
 
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I will see how things go with a tight weave T-Shirt and post the results, keep your eyes open !!!!
Darren, I was just wondering how you got on?
 
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Jet Pro does not work on Gildan at 30-40 degrees. Done many tests and bleed badly, with red colour bleeding worst, but not sure about FOTL...however i have sourced 2 t-shirt suppliers that work perfect with JPSS, and have washed many times in the last year at warm temp and never ran...Lots of many happy customers and not 1 complaint, but i'm not sure about opaque. I just use white t-shirts.
 
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Default Re: JET-PRO SofStretch Transfer Paper

Hiya Dave.

Just wondering which type of tshirt you are printing onto with the JPSS? I've tried Gildan too and got pretty much the same bleeding results :-\ It's doing my head in!!!!

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We prefere FOTL
 
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Hi Rafal

Ok cool. I'll give FOTL a try. Thanks for your help

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Default Re: JET-PRO SofStretch Transfer Paper

Hey guys,

which FOTL models do you use,what printers and inks (and if which CISS) do you use and do you know where i can find a good CISS fo Epson B1100, equivalent to the Cobra ink pigment inks?

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Is there any store in the London area that sells t-shirt made with JPSS?
 
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Default Re: JET-PRO SofStretch Transfer Paper

you can get jet pro softstretch from Yolo.co.uk
 






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