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    Why ho an unknown when Inktec Sublinova is such a...

    Why ho an unknown when Inktec Sublinova is such a good price and highly recommended?
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    I have company laptops running on 11 - they...

    I have company laptops running on 11 - they aren't upto scratch in terms of correct CPU or TPM2 but are running OK- only thing not working is the fingerprint readers, which is a shame, but not a big...
  3. Are you pre pressing the metals? The Mark's look...

    Are you pre pressing the metals?
    The Mark's look like moisture problem .... they are where evaporating water (steam) is pushing out to escape.
    Something you are putting in the press is damp, either...
  4. Inktec have red, and surely grey would be light...

    Inktec have red, and surely grey would be light black which they also do
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    Does it wrap all the way, or do you need to...

    Does it wrap all the way, or do you need to double press to do a wrap around print?
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    Our HP Stitch can do direct to textile (as could...

    Our HP Stitch can do direct to textile (as could our old large format Epsons), but we've stuck with transfers.
    As you still have to run the fabrics through the rotary press to fix the inks, you...
  7. Print heads being user replaceable is a big plus...

    Print heads being user replaceable is a big plus - no more writing off a printer cause the head has gone, and no expensive call outs for replacing them (same goes for the maintenance system)
    We're...
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    Chongsta used to do good stickers, not sure if he...

    Chongsta used to do good stickers, not sure if he still does, have tagged him
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    We use quite a few GT710/720 (and I think some...

    We use quite a few GT710/720 (and I think some 610) and they're fine doing their job - the computers having dual Xeons @300GHz and 144GB RAM probably makes up for anything they lack.
    the main issue...
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    Interesting thing on blacks with the Stich is...

    Interesting thing on blacks with the Stich is that if you overcook the ink, instead of blacks going brown like they would with Epson/Ricoh printers, they go green - took a while to suss out why what...
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    We predominantly do fabrics ... it didn't dry...

    We predominantly do fabrics ... it didn't dry fast in the 9600 but we were putting down a lot of ink, so had racks to hang the prints on for the ink to dry. The HP Stitch has a heater to dry the ink...
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    Yes and 24" is one of the available widths in the...

    Yes and 24" is one of the available widths in the linked page ... ALTHOUGH we use the 63" width version.
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    E2A ... Inktec can do 3", but they have to order...

    E2A ... Inktec can do 3", but they have to order in from HQ in Korea, so long lead times
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    E2A ... Inktec can do 3", but they have to order...

    E2A ... Inktec can do 3", but they have to order in from HQ in Korea, so long lead times
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    Yes, Inktec's are 2" ... took ages to get 2"...

    Yes, Inktec's are 2" ... took ages to get 2" spindles to replace the 3" ones the HP Stitch came with so we could use Inktec papers again
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    £30 for 100m of Inktec paper...

    £30 for 100m of Inktec paper
    https://shop.inktec-europe.com/product/sublimation-transfer-paper-for-dye-sub-inks

    (We use this paper, although in 63" roll widths)
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    I've switched all our work PCs to older Dell...

    I've switched all our work PCs to older Dell Precision T5500 - think we have 13 of them now. They can be dual Xeon CPUs - our best ones (dedicated to design/printing) have dual 6 core 3GHz...
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    Try dunbking mug straight into bucket of water...

    Try dunbking mug straight into bucket of water after printing - don't even take the paper off first, and see if instantly cooling the mug stops the ink spreading
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    Start with 180C Then for speed, use scraps of...

    Start with 180C
    Then for speed, use scraps of paper or fabric to time from when they are put it to when you can see them first appear coming out, and aim for this too be 60 seconds.
    That's a good...
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    They go in the spool folder ......

    They go in the spool folder ... C:Windows\system32\spool\drivers\color (assuming you haven't moved your spool folder to its own SSD)
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    Search for fabric wholesalers - you just need...

    Search for fabric wholesalers - you just need 100% polyesters, you don't need to use sublimation suppliers
    Our fabric rolls are sourced from wholesalers, we've never used sublimation suppliers for...
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    Had totally forgotten, but we played with...

    Had totally forgotten, but we played with lamination for fabrics to make oil cloth type wash bags ... started with pouches for testing, before buying in rolls. In theory can stick the laminate and...
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    If you're going the perfectionist route, then...

    If you're going the perfectionist route, then you'd be best getting a ICC profiling system (SpyderPrint or ColorMunki) and making your own profiles for each substrate you print on... maybe even doing...
  24. Or a bigger mug press, so you can slot, say, four...

    Or a bigger mug press, so you can slot, say, four mugs in stacked together with one piece of paper that it wraps across them all in one go
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    We've moved to Shipstation as a platform a few...

    We've moved to Shipstation as a platform a few months back - feeds in our WooCommerce, Etsy, Amazon, Ebay, NOTHS, as well as CSV uploads, and then we can tie in our Royal Mail, Parcel Force, and DPD...
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