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  1. dust ... use a lint roller keep your workshop...

    dust ... use a lint roller
    keep your workshop and kit clean
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    bubbling suggests melting - so I'd look at...

    bubbling suggests melting - so I'd look at backing off the temp/pressure/time
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    For Sale I have no idea really, hence the putting feelers...

    I have no idea really, hence the putting feelers out rather than saying it's for sale now ... happy to post elsewhere to discuss pre-sale until I have a price?
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    For Sale Epson 9600 44" sublimation printer

    Not for sale yet, and not sure on interest etc, so just putting feelers out ...
    We've recently upgraded to an Epson 11880 (64" wide) printer, which I am almost finished getting set up for...
  5. Be good to look through Ebay for decent pro level...

    Be good to look through Ebay for decent pro level presses in used but good condition to get the best for your money, rather than buying a cheap press new
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    We have an old Contex metre wide large format...

    We have an old Contex metre wide large format scanner, which we got on Ebay for £300 about 5-6 years ago. Worked well for a couple of years, but now past its best ... didn't come with the...
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    PCS-01 is for all their water based inks as far...

    PCS-01 is for all their water based inks as far as I remember - they have different cleaner for their solvent inks etc
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    InkTec's cleaning fluid (SKU is PCS-01 I think)...

    InkTec's cleaning fluid (SKU is PCS-01 I think) works well on their sublimation inks.

    E2A although in saying that I've never really had a bad blockage with their inks ... most of the head cleaning...
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    IPA isn't recommended as can be too harsh on the...

    IPA isn't recommended as can be too harsh on the print heads (or so I've heard) definitely best to use printer cleaning fluid.
    I only use IPA to clean bits in the printer - capping station, head...
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    https://www.bigdug.co.uk/workshop-workbenches-c348...

    https://www.bigdug.co.uk/workshop-workbenches-c348/workshop-trolleys-c3869/heavy-duty-table-trolleys-p13499
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    Lol we print fabrics on the roll, and then...

    Lol we print fabrics on the roll, and then cut/sew them into products, rather than printing products that already made up. This gives a much better finished product, but obviously means we need...
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    It's an experience thing I tend to over...

    It's an experience thing
    I tend to over tighten, and then slacken off with one hand whilst lowering the platen with the other, and use the hand/arm that is lowering to feel how much force I'm...
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    Is bigger better?- yes, absolutely! - our biggest...

    Is bigger better?- yes, absolutely! - our biggest heat press and printer are now both 1.6 metres wide ... we started out with an A3 Epson with CISS that never worked properly, and over the years have...
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    Ah, sorry - thought you meant printing onto raw...

    Ah, sorry - thought you meant printing onto raw poly fleece, not onto made up fleeces!

    (was about to say to sub the fleece all over to be orange with the navy blue design blue)

    but yeah,...
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    We sublimate white fleece no problems, although...

    We sublimate white fleece no problems, although find lower temps work better than higher, at slower speed on the rotary - 160-170 degrees. If 180-190 then the print doesn't take as well and the pile...
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    We use a Datacolor Spyder system for monitors and...

    We use a Datacolor Spyder system for monitors and printers - same kinda thing as the ColorMunki but uses a different scanner for the printer compared to the screens.
  17. Thread: silicon wraps

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    Not that I've seen, but could be good for you to...

    Not that I've seen, but could be good for you to find a manufacturer on AliBaba and ask them if it's possible
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    If you want to do this seriously, then buy your...

    If you want to do this seriously, then buy your own profiling kit, then you can make profiles for the different product types/substrates you print - this will give you much better results than using...
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    Sounds like blocked nozzles - what is your nozzle...

    Sounds like blocked nozzles - what is your nozzle test pattern like? Have you tried head cleans?
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    You can't get on the FB group until you are...

    You can't get on the FB group until you are approved to join, sign the contracts etc, as confidential stuff is discussed there.

    You don't need to show them a website, and photos are enough IF the...
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    We do this service too, although print onto rolls...

    We do this service too, although print onto rolls of wide format paper, so the costing is done on a cm2 or m2 basis rather than sheets, PM me if you want price details.
    We have a 7 colour ink system...
  22. Alcohol wipes can be good for wiping down hard...

    Alcohol wipes can be good for wiping down hard blanks, and lint rollers for textiles ... dust in the air can be a nightmare, especially if it's sublimation ink covered dust, which tends to leave...
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    Some boxes of mailers we open stink of curry!

    Some boxes of mailers we open stink of curry!
  24. Thread: Dual monitors

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    Yes, all the NVidia cards we have, have the three...

    Yes, all the NVidia cards we have, have the three outputs... Be careful though, not all cards can use all the outputs independently, some you are limited to two, but usually that's not a huge issue...
  25. Agreed on the solicitor thing - so, it does boil...

    Agreed on the solicitor thing - so, it does boil down to how much trust is in the relationship, with the contract being more a written statement of where everyone stands and what is agreed, rather...
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