Don’t waste your time printing mediocre art when the tools to combat your top challenges are at your fingertips. This book was written to clear up common misconceptions about printing on white toner paper, help you design and set up better layouts, and uncover the secrets to creating optimal prints. Set yourself up for success and become the printing pro you always wanted to be. Highlights include Understanding Paper Types, Working with Artwork on Transparent Backgrounds, Rasterizing Images for White and Black Garments and Optimizing Images for Print.
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Are these Artwork for White Toner Transfers Book compatible with all sublimation inks? Our Artwork for White Toner Transfers Book are compatible with most sublimation inks and systems including Sawgrass® Sublimation Ink(recommended), Epson® Sublimation Ink(recommended), Artesprix® Sublimation Markers & Paints(recommended), Cosmos Ink®, Hiipoo Sublimation Ink, InkOwl® Performance Sublimation Ink, Cricuit® Infusible Ink, Printers Jack Sublimation Ink, Seogol Sublimation Ink, Koala Sublimation Ink, DelTeck, Cricuit Infusible Ink Pens, and many more. Have a question about sublimation ink compatibility? Call one of our experienced consultants today at 1-800-826-6332.
What type of heat press machine do I need to produce these Artwork for White Toner Transfers Book? While we recommend a Geo Knight Swing-Away heat press, this product is compatible with most all brands of heat press machines including Geo Knight®, Cricut® EasyPress™, VEVOR® Heat Press Machines, HIX® EVO Series Presses, Stahls® Brand Heat Presses, Hotronix® Presses, and many others. Sublimation transfers require anywhere from 375° to 425° F and demand serious force in pressing often from 40-80 psi so check your manufacturer's specs.