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  1. galaxygraphics

    Chromoblast Issue?

    I have a Ricoh 3110, and I use Chromoblast paper. Does any one have any suggestions concerning the residual effect left after pressing. What I am trying to say is, when I print my graphic, and I apply it to the garment, not only do I get the image transferred, but also the ENTIRE outline of the transfer paper. It seems to have a "glue" effect (look) and feel to it. I generally do about 375F at about 50 or 55 lb of pressure. Also, while I am here, I will also point out that since I have a chinezee press, with NO way to gauge pressure, I bought myself a fisherman's scale that goes up to 50 lb, but it is a wrap around, and actually is quite accurate! I hook it to the handle, and pull down on the scale until it clamps down, while reading the scale! Am I a genius, er what? Ok, ok, it WASN'T entirely MY idea, but my 'ol lady is quite smart, after all, she DID chose ME for a boyfriend! Anyway, ANY suggestions, or help would be greatly appreciated!