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Camp Cup in Press or Oven

Substrate

CM10, CM11


Temperature

365F


Press Time

3.5 Minutes Press/8 Minutes Oven


Pressure

Light


Additional Items

Heat Tape


Recommended Paper

DyeTrans or TexPrint


Instructions

In a Mug Press:
Print the transfer. Note that the typical imaging area is 1.25” in from the handle and .25” from the top and bottom sides of the cup.

1) Tape the image to the camp cup.

2) Wrap in protective paper.

3) Insert in mug press.

4) Remove transfer asap and use a fan to cool the cup or the A6000 Kool Plate.


or
In an Oven Using DYEWRAP05
Click here to see video


Temp at 365°
Tighten the wrap as much as you can to get a snug fit. This video shows how to do this:
DyeWrap Overview Video

1) Print the transfer. Note that the typical imaging area is 1.25” in from the handle and .25” from the top and bottom sides of the cup.

2) Trim the transfer closely. If you are going to use heat tape to attach the transfer make sure to leave some unimaged paper on the edges closest to handle to attach the tape.

3) Lightly mist transfer with DyeTrans Pro Spray and let dry 15-20 seconds. Carefully place the transfer on the cup, tucked under the lip, smooth wrinkles.

Note: If you have poor image edges - one idea is to slightly dampen the back of the image transfer - position it and wipe with slightly damp cloth.

Or

Place heat tape on the transfer edges closest to the handle that does not have sublimation ink on it after you have aligned the image on the cup. Use heat tape to attach the transfer to the cup taking care not to cover any of the imaging area

4). Wrap the cup with protective plain white paper. Trim closely.

5) - 8 minutes
Press with Temp/Time/Pressure settings listed above.

6) Use a fan to cool the cup or the A6000 Kool Plate.

7) Remove any paper residue with a soft wet cloth or dish sponge.

Note: This mug is not recommended to be used for heating or cooking.


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Note: Camp cups are stainless steel coated with enamel and then coated with a clear sublimation coating. No chemical product that can contaminate food is used in these processes. The enameling is a dipping process and as a result we can't promise 100% perfect for all the enamel cups. Slight specks, dots, bulges, potholes are acceptable (excluding slight enamel loss). On the plus side, these cups do not contain any nickel composition, applicable to people who are allergic to nickel.

Hand washing is recommended. Dishwasher cleaning may rough the surface of the Enamel product. Hand washing can ensure a smooth and bright surface for many years. If you must use a dishwasher, please use the high temperature and less detergent. Do not use hard objects or coarse particle containing cleanser to clean the cups! Hard brushes and steel wool wire cleaning should be avoided.

Hot enamel camp cups should not be used for cold water or drinks. It may crack the glaze.



Updated: May 23, 2017



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