Equipment & Supplies — Vinyl / Heat Transfer

The Value of a Heat Press For T-Shirt Printing

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The Value of a Heat Press For T-Shirt Printing

If you are planning to start any type of t-shirt printing shop, then we suggest looking into buying a heat press. All the Things You Can Do With A Heat Press:Best Uses for Screen Printing, Heat Transfer Vinyl, Screen Printed Transfers, Direct to Garment (DTG) & SublimationA heat press machine is a diverse tool for anyone that sells t shirts, garments, or any type of decorated promotional items. Heat press machines allows you a wider variety of options to print on. No matter whether you screen print heat transfers, do vinyl transfers, sublimation, or DTG, your heat press is one...

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Dye-Sublimation Epson SureColor Printers

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Dye-Sublimation Epson SureColor Printers

We are now an authorized dealer for the Epson F-Series dye sublimation printers.  SureColor F6200 SureColor F7200 SureColor F9200 Above all, by offering dye-sublimation options to Lawson customers, we can better serve the imaging community by helping people print better, work smarter, and learn more, states Taylor Landesman, vice president of Lawson Screen & Digital Products. The introduction of dye-sublimation products adds to Lawson's existing Epson line of direct-to-garment and large-format printers.In addition, Lawson is an authorized dealer for the Livingston System TucLoc platen. TucLoc platens are interchangeable with any existing Epson SureColor F-2000 series direct-to-garment printer. This platen system...

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Sublimation Printing and Heat Transfer

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Sublimation Printing and Heat Transfer

Sublimation printing is a remarkable process that allows printers to print custom on a variety of substrates.  The result is a photographic quality image transferred to a substrate that will not crack, peel, or wash off. For printers the real value is the amount of different products that can be offered to customers, with a relatively low investment in equipment and supplies. This chemical process takes specialty inks heated to 400 degrees on a heat press and transfers them polyester fabric or a substrate with a polymer coating. Most sublimation systems will cost less than two thousand dollars. Pictured above...

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