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    If you have money to throw away then buy a...

    If you have money to throw away then buy a Sawgrass printer, otherwise do what 99% of us other sublimators do!
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    If the underside is sticky then it sounds as...

    If the underside is sticky then it sounds as though you have used SIGN VINYL and not HTV.

    To achieve the reult you want using HTV you can layer the white on top of the black+outlne, or you can cut...
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    Never tried their vinyl, I just stick to MDP for...

    Never tried their vinyl, I just stick to MDP for that.
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    There's very little you can do by yourself. Maybe...

    There's very little you can do by yourself. Maybe try giving the encoder strip a gentle wipe over, that sometimes helps. Don't use any chemicals or abrasives on it though!

    What are your paper feed...
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    Same here, yes to both questions.

    Same here, yes to both questions.
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    You'll need the paid-for Silhouette Designer to...

    You'll need the paid-for Silhouette Designer to be able to export as SVG if this is the format supprted by your new cutter. There's software out there that will conver Silhouette files to SVG but I...
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    What do your nozzle check prints look like? Could...

    What do your nozzle check prints look like? Could you print one out and post an image?
  8. Sublimating glas using Oracal 651 vinyl ...

    Here's a neat idea I've not come across before (maybe some of you 'old hands' have though) ...



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUoB0f4h9fE


    I haven't had a chance to try this out yet, but...
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    So, it looks like he is pricing them individually...

    So, it looks like he is pricing them individually but you must order a minimum of 10 at a time. Also they are COTTON shirts pre-treated with Sublifix spray.

    Not a great deal in my opinion! This...
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    Try wrapping a thin silicone sheet around the...

    Try wrapping a thin silicone sheet around the mugs when pressing to take up the slack. Maybe you'll also need to up the time/temp a bit too.
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    Sublimetals are a major supplier of custom-cut...

    Sublimetals are a major supplier of custom-cut aluminium sheets. I believe they use CNC machines so I'd probably go down the CNC route myself.
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    Eventually ALL sellers will be required to be...

    Eventually ALL sellers will be required to be registered for Managed Payments on ebay, so it really boils down to whether you want to continue using ebay, or not. My daughter would have no business...
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    That's not necessarily true. By 'an issue' do...

    That's not necessarily true.

    By 'an issue' do you mean a chargeback? PayPal, and hence ebay, will charge admin fees to resolve such a case only IF YOU LOSE THE CASE. If you win, by providing the...
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    All that's happening is that ebay are acting as...

    All that's happening is that ebay are acting as the middle-man, so customers still pay by PayPal into ebay's PayPal account, not yours, and pay you at your requested intervals. So PayPal is still...
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    My daughter has had to do the same but it's not a...

    My daughter has had to do the same but it's not a great problem. She gets regular payments from ebay each week and they are always spot-on.

    If you sell a lot through ebay it's no good cutting your...
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    I doubt whether it's a printhead alignment...

    I doubt whether it's a printhead alignment problem as you say that some prints turn out ok.

    It may be an intermittent fault in the circuit that controls the printhead. Do you have any other cables...
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    If I were you I'd forget about sublimating on...

    If I were you I'd forget about sublimating on cotton. The technology isn't there yet, regardless of their claims.
  18. Yeah. You could turn it off in CS4 but the option...

    Yeah. You could turn it off in CS4 but the option was removed in CS5. In typical Adobe fashion they brought out the Adobe Color Printer Utility to compensate for this, but stupidly it only works with...
  19. That's correct, but good luck with getting your...

    That's correct, but good luck with getting your money back from deLange, aka 'The Lying Dutchman' as he's known amongst his courier workforce.
  20. I've often had to up the brightness by 20 to 40...

    I've often had to up the brightness by 20 to 40 units in Photoshop to compensate for dark prints, whereas some print perfectly without adjustment.
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    From what I gather, fitting an SSD to an iMac...

    From what I gather, fitting an SSD to an iMac (depending on model) can be a nightmare if you don't know what you're doing.
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    Is this because you are running a charity, Ray,...

    Is this because you are running a charity, Ray, where the fee is fixed at £40?
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    In my mind, and especially in the minds of many...

    In my mind, and especially in the minds of many here in the North East, Brexit was never just about whether we wanted to stay in the EU or not. It was chance to give a vote of no confidence in the...
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    Tip 1: Use an oven temperature gauge inside your...

    Tip 1: Use an oven temperature gauge inside your oven as the temperature dials are usually way off.

    Tip2: Start at around 9 minutes for a single mug and increase accordingly if you are 'cooking'...
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    Many plastics will take a sublimation print. When...

    Many plastics will take a sublimation print. When you don't know what type of plastic you are dealing with though, beware of toxic fumes. (PVC for instance gives off very toxic fumes when pressing).
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