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24 Jun

Learn How to Recognize The 5 Most Common Sublimation Problems – Part 1: Moisture & Pressing

Learn how to recognize, avoid and troubleshoot the most common sublimation problems during the pressing process. Click the link https://www.bestblanks.com/sublimation.html to learn more about sublimation printing.

18 Nov

Help me Mike! – What does it mean when a garment or t-shirt has a weight like 6.1 oz or 5.5 oz?

The fabric weight of a shirt is actually the weight of 1 square yard (3 feet x3 feet) of fabric. It gives you a quick number to evaluate the quality / density of the fabric used in the garment.

04 Nov

How do I export a design out of Hanes Tshirt Maker for use in another program?

When your Hanes TShirtMaker design is ready… Click <File> and then <Export>. You can then save it as a JPG or BMP. When you open it in your graphics program you will need to resize it. See More Easy-To-Use Design Software Programs We Have Available!

04 Nov

How do I reverse my image for cutting in Roland Cut Studio?

When you are cutting thermoflex heat transfer vinyl in Roland Cut Studio Software,you need to reverse or mirror image your image/text before you cut it . This way,when you heat press it , your image ends up reading the right way. Select the item(s) you wish to mirror.

31 Oct

Help me Mike – My printer or software will not flip my image for heat transfers

If your software doesn’t support flipping objects, try the free pdf995 printer driver. It’s a PDF generator, which means it takes your file (from Word, IE, etc) and “prints” or converts it to a PDF.

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