Whether you’re starting a print business from home, adding it to your commercial storefront, or want a way to express your creativity by making unique products to sell or as gifts, buying a heat press machine is a great investment. Today, I’m going to help you solve the question you’ve been having sleepless nights thinking […]
Although my first love has always been screen printing, I’ve come to enjoy heat pressing equally when it comes to churning out custom prints. The process is quicker to learn, way less messy, plus the quality of print and wash durability are both excellent when done right. Additionally, there’s a lot less things you’ll need
Have you noticed how heat press printing has become so popular in recent years? Well, it’s not just a trend. The global heat transfer paper market is worth $580 million in 2022, and is expected to grow to a staggering $872 million in the next 10 years. One reason for growth is the rise of
Are you starting to see sticky marks or adhesive when you press light-colored t-shirts? Dirt, vinyl residue, and ink smudges getting transferred from your press onto your tees? These are just a few messy problems you’ll face when your heat press isn’t as clean as it should be. Keeping your heat press’ platens clean and
Heat press machines have come a long way since 30 years ago when they became popular with garment decorators. But like any machine, they aren’t perfect. If you’re reading this today, it means yours is acting up. Maybe your heat press won’t turn on, or maybe it does, but it doesn’t reach your desired temperature.
T-shirt heat transfers is the easiest way to start customizing apparel and start something rewarding from home. Get some heat transfer papers, print your design using a home printer, and use a heat press to finish the job. In some cases, an iron will do the trick. Money right? If you are reading this, chances
Heat pressing is quickly becoming everyone’s favorite option when it comes to custom prints. All you need is a home printer, some heat transfers and a heat press machines to get started. It’s easy to apply, quicker than screen printing, less messy, produces decent quality and has a very low learning curve. In fact, I