This is the second part of my story about finding heat transfer equipment for my little business, the Mermaid’s Chest on Dauphin Island, Alabama. I had been making heat transfer tees but my old t shirt transfer press was worn out and would not heat up. It was barely a year old and only 15x15 and I now have a bigger printer so I wanted on that
51. Resolution: I recommend a minimum of 200 dpi at print size. Say you are scanning an 8”x10” photo to produce an 80”x100” tile mural. That means you should scan at 2,000 dpi (200 dpi x 10). Once scanned, resize using the tip below and your image will be around 200 dpi. I strongly recommend Genuine Fractals (see No. 30) fo
100 Tips & Tricks by David Gross - Part 2
Part 2 in a special 4 part series by the sublimation expert - David Gross! Check back often for the updates!
26. Printed transfers should be transferred within a few days or else the image(s) will lose vibrancy.
100 Tips & Tricks by David Gross
Part one in a special 4 part series by the sublimation expert - David Gross! Check back often for the updates!