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  1. Anyone have a ripped open hole vector for heat press on a t-shirt. Preferably just black. TIA - Sue2
  2. I know Jet-Pro soft stretch is recommended for INKJET t-shirt transfers... Is there a good LASER printer sheet for color t-shirt transfers? TIA Sue2
  3. Corba Pigment Ink

    Can someone please tell me what the operate is doing wrong. Using Corba pigment ink Jetpro Stretch paper heat say 350 to 375 and 20 to 30 second when I peel ink comes off?
  4. Need a good number font for a T-Shirt

    What do you recommended for a flag football number font?
  5. Looking at ordering some shirts from Jiffy Shirt and wanted your recommendation on shirts? I have been looking at the Tagless from Fruit of the Loom (Fruit of the Loom Adult 6 oz. Lofteez HD T-Shirt) What do you all think or recommend getting? Thanks
  6. This might also shed some light on these 2 vinyl cutters I had in mind to help others decide on which cutter might be for them. I have my eyes on the GRAPHTEC CE5000-60 and the Roland GX-24. From specs and such they both do the same thing but at the end I have few concerns. The key points that I like about the Graphtec vs. Roland are: For about 1,700 bucks not only do I get the stand but I get free shipping. It works very well with Corel and or Illustrator or other software like Flexi. The key points that I like about the Roland are: Name brand, been around and huge community online. Be able to find parts or able to fix it/etc. Support and Warranty? Well they both do the same stuff, with the exception of price. The concerns I have are. Can I cut vinyl with enough down-force to do the type of vinyl that it is used for Sandblasting. I will most likely be using multiple vinyls for 2-3 color t-shirt printing so accurate cuts is a must. Can I cut Magnet Vinyl (car magnet) Magnet vinyl for cars? Replacement parts are Graphtec parts as easy to find as Roland, and I’m guessing Graphtec parts are cheaper. I read something about Contouring that Roland was way better vs. Graphtec, true or untrue. What I read is Graphtec does contouring just as good. Roland uses quality bearings on metal parts (metal on metal) and Graphtec bearings on plastic (causing problems down the road) Hope that I am not asking too much of a vinyl cutter, but it would be ideal to be versed all around and put it to good use in various areas nut just vinyl decals, but t-shirts, sandblasting glass, mirrors, or even plastic.
  7. Hello, I did some research this weekend regarding using ChromaBlast ink/paper on non-white colored t-shirts. While doing so, I came across a website that claims using their ChromaDark paper (11"x17" - 100pc for $225 or 8"x11" - 100pc for $110) and ChromaBlast ink, one will be able to print on darker colored t-shirts, even black with no problem. Has anyone ever tried ChromaDark? What is your opinion? Taken from website: "With ChromaDark 3G Jet Opaque transfer paper from EnMart, you use the same ChromaBlast ink, printer, and driver, except you are printing onto a thin white base layer on top of a paper sheet, which is then trimmed either by hand or a cutter, peeled apart, and heat-pressed onto a 100% cotton shirt. The end result is a high quality photo-realistic image on any color of t-shirt - even black, having a softer hand and better drape than with other opaque transfer papers." source: http://store.myenmart.com/chromadark-3g-jet-opaque-transfer-paper-for-dark-colors-11-x-17-100-sheets-p3901.aspx