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  1. Are you using an ICC profile?

    Are you using an ICC profile?
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    Why are you using Powerdriver? It's dead simple...

    Why are you using Powerdriver? It's dead simple to print from Photoshop? Simply install the correct ICC profile (available free from your ink supplier, or can be made to suit your setup by a third...
  3. So you're not looking for a UK company then?

    So you're not looking for a UK company then?
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    BMS -...

    BMS - https://www.printerowners.co.uk/shop/consumables/sawgrass-inks/sublimation-paper/trupix-and-subliclassic-sublimation-paper/
  5. I believe most of this glassware with solid white...

    I believe most of this glassware with solid white (or coloured) text and logos is done by screen printing.

    Another way it could be done, although still involving stencils, is to sandblast the...
  6. Thread: Oeko-Tex

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    Hi. Surely it makes no difference whether the...

    Hi. Surely it makes no difference whether the INKS are certified? The final, printed garment is what should be Oeko-certified.
  7. For me, Photoshop is at last starting to earn its...

    For me, Photoshop is at last starting to earn its pricey subscription rate with these updates. Affinity and Gimp are no comparison to these powerful features.

    I see you can also now break up Smart...
  8. Gimp handles ICC colour profiles so should get...

    Gimp handles ICC colour profiles so should get you going. Remember that, like Photoshop, Gimp is raster-editing software, as opposed to vector-editing software such as Coreldraw, AI, or Inkscape. So,...
  9. Anyone updated to Photoshop CC2020 yet? ...

    Just updated today and there are some nice additional features. I've been playing around with the updated 'Subject Selection' and 'Content Aware Fill' features. The original image is No. 1 and as you...
  10. In all seriousness, I would start off with a...

    In all seriousness, I would start off with a halogen oven (from Argos, B&M etc) and a handful of silicone mug wraps (about £5 on ebay or I think one of our members has some for sale in recent posts)....
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    There he is!!! :tongue:

    There he is!!! :tongue:
  12. Yes, your printer uses CMYK inks, but the data...

    Yes, your printer uses CMYK inks, but the data you send to the printer must be RGB.

    For instance, in Photoshop, this is the menu where you select RGB colour mode ...


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    By the way,...
  13. Are yo designing and printing in RGB or CMYK in...

    Are yo designing and printing in RGB or CMYK in your graphics software? You need to be in RGB.
  14. I have a halogen oven. You can get them for...

    I have a halogen oven. You can get them for around £25 - £50 all over the place (Argos, B&M, etc). You need silicone wraps to keep the transfers on your mugs. These can be had for around a fiver each...
  15. I'm no expert on heating elements, but those...

    I'm no expert on heating elements, but those wrinkles look a bit suspect to me. I have a couple of mug presses and both elements are smooth. Anything that would cause the tiniest gap between the...
  16. Judging by the burnt edges on the transfer it...

    Judging by the burnt edges on the transfer it seems to me that you are cutting your transfers higher than the actual mug. Try trimming them to within the mug height.
  17. Looks like 'gassing out.' Is your press...

    Looks like 'gassing out.'

    Is your press gripping the mug tightly enough?

    What condition is the press heat blanket in?

    What time and temp settings are you using?
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    All good suggestions, but, as the OP said ... ...

    All good suggestions, but, as the OP said ...



    So all of this talk about SSD's, huge amounts of RAM, high-spec graphics cards etc, although perfectly correct, probably WILL break the bank (I...
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    To be honest, for run of the mill vector work,...

    To be honest, for run of the mill vector work, who needs a £600 CD licence when you can use the perfectly capable Inkscape for nothing. If you're designing vector artwork for a living then fair...
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    I'm currently using a Win7, Intel i5, with 8Gb...

    I'm currently using a Win7, Intel i5, with 8Gb RAM (2Tb HDD but no SSD) and (touch wood!) everything works swimmingly. I use Photoshop CC2019 extensively, with many documents open at once, along with...
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    Error SC93300 - HRB fuse blown. I think that...

    Error SC93300 - HRB fuse blown.

    I think that refers to the Head Relay Board.
  22. If your images are already laid out on a...

    If your images are already laid out on a pre-sized mug wrap then you can automate the process, otherwise it will all have to be done by manual placement in your graphics software (eg. Photoshop) and...
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    Any good?... ...

    Any good?...

    https://www.thetransferpress.co.uk/Mobile/vapor-socks-c2x23818796
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    Vinyl will eventually wash off. Short of...

    Vinyl will eventually wash off.

    Short of etching (you can do that with a vinyl stencil and etching paste), or engraving, there's not much else available that would withstand the rigours of...
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    The suppliers are being very vague in their...

    The suppliers are being very vague in their description. Yes, the mugs will take an image and text, and yes, they will withstand dishwashing, but what they DON'T say is that repeated dishwashing will...
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