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    Don't melt the ribs in the press - some of them...

    Don't melt the ribs in the press - some of them are plastic. If you haven't got an umbrella platen then get a sheet of p[laten rubber and cut to shape. Hold it in place on your platen with heatproof...
  2. What colour space are you using? Although it...

    What colour space are you using?
    Although it sounds counter intuitive your printer works in RGB not CMYK. Make sure that Corel is set to RGB.
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    A little. HTV uses lower temp than sublimation so...

    A little. HTV uses lower temp than sublimation so the colour change isn't so bad.
    Try using a low temperature vinyl at 130c to reduce the problem, such as TMT 123.
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    I think I just answered this on the other forum...

    I think I just answered this on the other forum...
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    Colour usually comes back on cotton when the...

    Colour usually comes back on cotton when the garment has cooled and been in the air for a while.
    Polyester is a bit different. On cheaper garments - where the manufacturer has saved money in...
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    That's a record. Member for less than a day and...

    That's a record. Member for less than a day and you've already outgrown us.:wink:
    Welcome to the forum.
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    Same internals as 1500w, but with only 4 colours....

    Same internals as 1500w, but with only 4 colours.

    Recent thread on the forum on et14000 - https://www.dyesubforum.co.uk/vbforum/showthread.php?16262-Epson-ET-2711-and-ET-14000-Test-Results
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    It would make sense to donate them to charity,...

    It would make sense to donate them to charity, schools or a care home rather than to throw them, even if they are only used once, but there are pitfalls.

    If you are printing someone elses design...
  9. Under the Consumer Credit Act credit providers...

    Under the Consumer Credit Act credit providers are jointly liable for any faults on any item costing more than £100, bought by a private individual, sole trader or member of an unincorporated...
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    Pay Trump direct.

    Pay Trump direct.
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    Can't you offer to send a courier?

    Can't you offer to send a courier?
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    https://www.dyesubforum.co.uk/vbforum/attachment.p...

    https://www.dyesubforum.co.uk/vbforum/attachment.php?attachmentid=5770&stc=1
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    Basically the same as the 1500w, without the...

    Basically the same as the 1500w, without the wireless facility. Same internals and print heads.

    If it is as good as you say snatch their hand off.
  14. Microtec make very good presses for several well...

    Microtec make very good presses for several well known brands, but they also make a lot of cheap and cheerful stuff too.

    Check the terms of the guarantee carefully.
    Buy with your credit card...
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    Keep trying with the cis. Make sure that all of...

    Keep trying with the cis. Make sure that all of the cartridges are full of ink. The ink can drain back from the cis if the level is too low, but be careful. If you raise it too much you risk the...
  16. Thread: Laser or inkjet?

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    Russel sell a range of 65/35% poly/cotton tees in...

    Russel sell a range of 65/35% poly/cotton tees in colours if your designs are suitable for a vintage look. Not 100% cotton, but nice garments.

    Your option of reflecting the transfers in the price...
  17. Thread: Laser or inkjet?

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    Both inkjet and laser transfers have their place,...

    Both inkjet and laser transfers have their place, but in my opinion neither are true retail quality solutions. Both are great for short use products - such as stag and hen parties - but inkjet looks...
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    Softstyle are good. They are speciffically a...

    Softstyle are good. They are speciffically a closer fit than a regular t-shirt, very soft and lightweight.
    Fruit of the loom have just launched a t-shirt to compete with the softstyle, at a similar...
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    Is there a use by date on the ink? With...

    Is there a use by date on the ink?

    With unbranded ink their is not a cast iron guarantee that the supplier hasn't sourced their ink from somewhere else. Maybe CIE have done that. If they have, in...
  20. For sublimation you need a consistant heat and...

    For sublimation you need a consistant heat and presure accross the platen, which is where a lot of the cost difference is. You don't always get that consistancy with a cheap press.

    You can get...
  21. Thread: Laser or inkjet?

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    The choice is largely down to budget. Inkjet...

    The choice is largely down to budget. Inkjet printers are cheap and laser printers can cost thousands.
    For Laser transfers you need a printer with white toner which is where the cost is - A4 is...
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    https://www.lifttable.co.uk/manual-mobile-scissor-...

    https://www.lifttable.co.uk/manual-mobile-scissor-lift-tables/manual-150kg-scissor-lift-table.html?gclid=CNjvobaQ1-ICFYSI1QodGd0A8w

    Something like this?
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    There are multiple printing options for cotton (...

    There are multiple printing options for cotton ( and other fabrics). In truth you need to have more than one printing option.

    For larger volume you have screen printing, but there is a high...
  24. Don't feel sorry for Sawgrass. They have had the...

    Don't feel sorry for Sawgrass. They have had the small format sublimation industry tied up in restrictive patents for years. It has only been the last few years that other options have been readily...
  25. Epson ET-2711 and ET-14000 Test Results...

    Epson ET-2711 and ET-14000 Test Results
    Check out this thread, regarding printers.
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