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    Quote Originally Posted by logobear View Post
    If you have a hot heat press, - sit your mugs on top of the platten to warm up
    We do that with slates - 4 slates pre-heating on top, while 4 are printing in the press

    The main mugs we use have a big base, so need to be warmed through, so has become our standard work flow now regardless of type of mug printed.

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    Hi all. I'm new on here. How do you start a new thread? Can't see an option anywhere? I want to ask other members advice on a Freesub ST-210 double mug press settings. The instructions in the box are not very good! I have used the press with great results with the following settings. Pre-heat 170c Pressing heat 180c Pressing time 120s I always Pre-heat my mugs for 10s before applying the wrap. Would like to know if my Pre-heat temp is too high as it says factory default is 100c. As I set mine at 170c, will this damage my machine? Thanks in advance.

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