Jump to content
Banhammer Forums
Sign in to follow this  

Use a Heat Transfer Machine With Great Results

Recommended Posts

The heat transfer machine is a machine that is using heat and pressure in order to transfer an image/artwork onto an imprintable object such as T-shirt, plates, cap, mouse pads, coffee mugs, handbag, puzzles, and more using transfer products. (With some exceptions and fabrics working better than others).

Once done transferring the image to the end product, it’s become an excellent customised gift that can be use and distributed during special occasion or as a way to get extra income. There are many types of heat transfer machine in the gift industry. For instance, you can’t print an image onto mugs and cap using the same machine.

Not just selecting the right heat transfer machine is crucial, but you also need to know which types of paper and inks suitable to use in heat transfer printing. In the table below, we share an example the different printing methods for personalised gift printing business.

You must also know the procedures to use the heat transfer machine and heat transfer paper in order to making a gift product. As mention above, not every gift product share same machine, inks and paper. This also applied to the combination of the heat and pressure. Every instruction must be followed carefully to ensure you can successfully transfer the image onto the product. Otherwise, you need to re-do again and it will increase to cost of productions.

Basic instruction for heat transfer printing are as follows:

Preheated the heat press machine.
Set the machine according to the instructed pressure: low, medium, or high.
Place and positions the transfer paper accordingly
Pressed and heat follows the guidelines time given
When it is removed from the press, according to the guidelines you can peel it carefully.

If you are interested in heat transfer label, welcome to contact us!

Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this