T-Shirt Heat Presses
There was a time when printing was the domain of screen printers but not any longer.
Designs can be created on a PC and printed using a standard inkjet printer onto special transfer paper. This is then laid on the t-shirt or other item to be printed and pressed at temperatures up to 225ºC. The heat and pressure will transfer the image from the paper onto the item being printed. There is a wide range of heat press transfer techniques and materials including PVC cut-outs, typically used for sportswear, such as letters and numbers. Decorative features such as crystals and rhinestones will add that extra bit of sparkle to any t-shirt.
As well as T-shirts, a typically flat bed heat press can be used to add value to any hard surface including ceramic tiles, aluminium and MDF panels. The flat bed can be used for decorating mouse mats, tote bags, jigsaw puzzles, phone covers, and notebook and tablet sleeves.