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    We get on great with Gildan. We do mostly...

    We get on great with Gildan.

    We do mostly Gildan Ultra cotton with heat transfer vinyl but have also had beautiful prints from sub inks on their GD4200 polyester (white, sport grey and Carolina...
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    Thank for the reply - PM on it's way :smile:

    Thank for the reply - PM on it's way :smile:
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    Heat transfers - Ready to Press

    Quite some time ago (maybe a couple of years! :eek: ) I had a sample pack, I think from an Eastern European company, possibly Polish but not Lab eu, They printed from your artwork and supplied...
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    According to what I have just read, there is a...

    According to what I have just read, there is a minimum invoice charge for Adyen of £100 per month so even if their fees are lower per transaction then the minimum monthly charge will kill off the...
  5. You could have a look at this -:...

    You could have a look at this -:
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SWING-AWAY-Heat-Press-23-x-30cm-Machine-HP230B-Sublimation-T-shirt-...
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    Sticky: Poll: Why do you have to? Has he got you in a...

    Why do you have to?

    Has he got you in a headlock? :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
  7. Thread: Sign board

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    Same here but it occurred to me that the only...

    Same here but it occurred to me that the only real way of identifying it was by the printed protective film which is removed before use. I have several part panels here which I am unable to tell...
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    If they are for external use an aluminium...

    If they are for external use an aluminium composite sheet - often called by a trade name such as Dibond or I Bond - which is basically a compound material sandwiched between two layers of ultra thin...
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    Sticky: Poll: It's always a bit of a hike from the NEC car park...

    It's always a bit of a hike from the NEC car park to the halls anyway so this time I have done advanced booking here:...
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    Sticky: Poll: It's advertised as "Printwear and Promotion...

    It's advertised as "Printwear and Promotion Live!" - I never realised it was "Livestock". I hope he doesn't - it's going to make a terrible mess in the aircraft. :biggrin:
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    Absolute Apparel - cheaper than many too...

    Absolute Apparel - cheaper than many too :rolleyes:. Prices generally a bit negotiable as well.


    https://absoluteapparel.co.uk/product/id/15504
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    The Russell HD is a poly/cotton mix hence the...

    The Russell HD is a poly/cotton mix hence the washed out look

    You could use the Gildan GD 4200 which is 100% polyester and gives sharp results in single colour on pastel colours. They print really...
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    BMS do them although, presumably, it will depend...

    BMS do them although, presumably, it will depend on what you are trying to fit them to.

    https://www.printerowners.co.uk/sublimation/222/sublimation-teddy-bear.htm
  14. Thread: sticker vinyl

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    Huge variety available but it really depends what...

    Huge variety available but it really depends what the stickers are for:

    Short term or long term?
    Indoors or out?

    Short term indoors you can get away with a cheap monomeric but outdoors (e.g....
  15. Thread: Update PC

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    Must have been lucky then. We used to have...

    Must have been lucky then.

    We used to have Corel X5 on Win 7 but that computer failed and we were forced, reluctantly, to buy a Win 10 replacement.

    Had lots of files in Corel format which we...
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    Maybe worth a bit more investigation as I have...

    Maybe worth a bit more investigation as I have Corel X5 running happily on Windows 10.
  17. Thread: Mug Blanks

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    I think this poster might be based in Rochester...

    I think this poster might be based in Rochester USA not Rochester, Kent, UK so Parcel Force are of no use to them.
    SDT - Sorry, but as a UK forum we are likely to buy from UK suppliers and not very...
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    Not sure what model number/size/colour you are...

    Not sure what model number/size/colour you are looking for but try https://absoluteapparel.co.uk/product/id/25912

    They seem to have stock in various colours and sizes though some are out of not...
  19. That's easy for you to say ............ :tongue:

    That's easy for you to say ............ :tongue:
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    Strictly speaking it is commercial waste and is...

    Strictly speaking it is commercial waste and is not covered by the general council waste collection. Business rates do not include waste collection :-(

    If you have commercial premises you are...
  21. Thread: Frustrated

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    I hope you mean DECREASE - 45 seconds only on...

    I hope you mean DECREASE - 45 seconds only on Listawood for me while 180C for 200 secs is right for Xpres 5013
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    At least you can buy them a bit cheaper now with...

    At least you can buy them a bit cheaper now with your forum discount :cool:
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    If you can get across to the NEC next month (not...

    If you can get across to the NEC next month (not a huge trek from you hopefully) you can see various suppliers including Listawood and Xpres and actually see and handle the various mugs on offer.
    ...
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    [QUOTE=Moonlite82;135756]/ the Listawood mugs as...

    [QUOTE=Moonlite82;135756]/ the Listawood mugs as I had checked their website and they have no time, heat settings for their mugs. /QUOTE]

    Actually, they do, very comprehensive details too, just a...
  25. Thread: Frustrated

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    We use a cheap Pixmax mug press which gives...

    We use a cheap Pixmax mug press which gives excellent results at 170C for 170 secs on BMS mugs and 180C for 200 secs on Xpres mugs.

    However, you say that you have some Listawood mugs to try. Note...
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