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Print Your Design onto Fabric with Roller Drum Heat Transfer Machine

by Christine Cora business man
The heat press is designed to print your design onto fabric using pressure and heat.One variant of the heat press requires a heat transfer of some kind, which is loaded into one half of the press. The fabric to be printed on is then loaded into the other half of the press (many heat press machines are variations on a basic clamshell design). The transfer is then held in place on the fabric by the weight of the press, which seals the heat reactive ink to the fibres.
A heat press may print multiple pieces of fabric or garments, using a single heat transfer. The industrial heat press runs the fabric under the platen the required number of times until all the transfers is complete.Heat press printing is commonly used in the creation of t shirts, logo garments and advertising banners. It is reasonably economical and can produce a high volume of printed items during a single session. Heat transfer printing of the kind referred to above, though, creates a much larger potential volume of waste than sublimation printing using a digital printer, as it requires the transfer themselves to be created, which become refused once a job is complete. The sublimation printer has no such run-off and so is commonly seen as more environmentally friendly.
The heat press machine is also used in the second part of the sublimation printing process. In this case, the heat is used to seal the dye inside the fabric – after it has been injected by the sublimation printer. The heat press ensures that the ink, which has been infused into the fibres of the fabric being printed, is stable and won’t run when the garment or item is washed.
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