Transfer Paper Application Instructions

Please Note: Since there are so many makes and models of printers it is virtually impossible to guarantee the results on any one printer. We can only suggest that you check with the manufacturer regarding the use of transfer papers. We cannot assume any liability for the use of our transfer papers.

    Image Clip For Darks and Bright Color Garments Application Instructions

    General Use

    Works great for full color designs. It can be applied to T-shirts, handbags, mouse pads, coasters, leather articles, art papers etc. ImageClip Laser paper for darks works well with cotton materials along with 50/50 blends and polyester as long as the fabric has a tight weave. When using ImageClip Laser paper for darks there is no need to trim the excess paper as this product is self-weeding. There will be no background to your printed design.

    Application Instructions - A Two Step Process
    NOT recommended for photographs or pastel images

    Printing

    1. Mirror the image. Image should be created using bright, vibrant colors (pastels and gradients will not work).
    2. Laser print the coated side of the paper identified as the Imaging Sheet.
    3. Paper should feed into the copier or printer with the short dimension first (grain long). For best fusing results use a heavy paper setting.

    Transferring

    1. Marry the imaged sheet with the transfer sheet. This will apply the transfer coating to the imaged area.
    2. PRESS - 20 seconds at 250 F using heavy pressure.
    3. Separate the papers while still hot.
    4. A white film will appear over the inked area.
    1. Place the imaging sheet face down onto the shirt or other substrate.
    2. PRESS - 30 seconds at 375 F using heavy pressure.
    3. COOL before peeling. Stretch immediately after peeling if desired.
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    Jet-Pro SoftStretch Inkjet Paper Application Instructions

    General Use

    For Inkjet printers when you want to achieve a glossy finish.

    Application Instructions

    1. Determine which side of the regular paper is imaged in your printer. Place the paper in you printer so that the blank coated side is imaged. Remember to mirror image on your printer.
    2. Press at 375° (200°C) for 30 seconds. Machines vary so test to see what temperature works best with your machine.
    3. Press with heavy pressure.
    4. Peel hot. Fast and immediately from top left or right corner down to the bottom in a diagonal motion. Keep the peel close to the t-shirt surface.
    5. Cover the completed transfer with parchment paper and press again for 10 seconds. This will make the surface smooth and make the transfer deeper into the fibers.

    Tips & Notes

    1. For application to mouse pads/puzzles leave about 1/4" of excess paper around outside. This excess will be used as a tab to remove the paper. The image should cover the entire surface. Place some scrap plain paper on the base of your heat transfer machine. This will protect your platen from the excess image.
    2. 100% cotton shirts is not as durable as a 50/50 blend. The 50/50 will also produce a smoother peel.

    ClearSoft for Lights Application Instructions

    General Use

    Best paper for inkjet! Can be used only on light colored garments made of 100% cotton and 50/50 blended T-Shirts, sweatshirts, canvas, spandex, felt, ribbed knits, silk and lycra. This paper leaves a very soft hand and a crystal clear image. After printing, a light background film will appear. This is the polymer coating that 'carries' the ink into the shirt fibers. Normally, after washing this coating will diminish or disappear.

    Application Instructions

    1. Design or select your image on the computer.
    2. Set your printer to mirror image before you print.
    3. Print your image on the coated side of the transfer paper (white side, not blue). Allow the printed image to dry before transferring.
    4. Set heat press at 385-400 degrees with medium pressure.
    5. Pre-heat garment for 3 seconds to remove moisture.
    6. Place transfer face down and press for 15-20 seconds and peel hot immediately.

    Tips & Notes

    • Manufacturer and seller are not responsible for damaged caused by misuse of this paper.

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    Lasersoft Easy Peel Transfer Paper Application Instructions

    General Use

    For light colored garments only, Designed for both fuser oil and oil-less laser printers and copiers.

    Application Instructions

    1. Design or select your image on the computer.
    2. Print the image in reverse/mirrored format using a heavy paper mode.
    3. Set heat press at 375 degrees with medium-heavy pressure.
    4. Pre-heat garment for 10-15 seconds to remove moisture.
    5. Place transfer face down and press for 25 seconds.
    6. For best results leave on the heat press, wait 10-15 seconds and then peel the paper in a smooth even motion.
    7. To improve the feel or 'hand', stretch the garment in all directions while still hot.

    Tips & Notes

    • Manufacturer and seller are not responsible for damaged caused by misuse of this paper.

    Color Laser Copier Paper for Darks Application Instructions

    General Use

    For both oil and non-oil color laser copies and printers. They are used for the heat transfer of high-resolution photographs and images to dark T-shirts, sweatshirts, mousepads, coasters, puzzles and more. Choose garments that have a tight weave.

    Application Instructions

    1. Choose a dark or bright colored substrate made of 100% cotton.
    2. Change your copier/printer settings to Heavy Card Stock or label 1, label 2.
    3. Load transfer paper so blank side receives the image. Paper should be fed into the copier or printer with the short dimension first (grain long) using the by-pass tray.
    4. DO NOT reverse (flip or mirror) the image. Print your transfer.
    5. Holding the image side of transfer toward you make a small (1/4 inch) hard crease at the corner edge of the transfer.
    6. Flip the transfer over and crease the same corner again but in the opposite direction.
    7. Holding the backside of the transfer toward you, gently tear the paper backing on the crease to separate the transfer from the paper backing.
    8. Do not tear the transfer layer.
    9. When you have made the tear, separate the layers and slowly peel the transfer just past the image. Stop there and realign the paper backing with the image layer.
    10. Trim away the unprinted paper around your image.
    11. Gently peel the paper backing from the transfer film.
    12. Position imaged transfer film on the garment with the printed side face up.
    13. Cover imaged transfer film with enclosed silicon paper. This is to protect the imaged transfer film. The silicone paper is reusable so do not throw away after use. Make sure the silicon paper covers the entire transfer, leaving no are of the transfer uncovered.
    14. Press at 325°. Use light pressure. Print for 25 seconds. Allow silicon to cool completely (at least 2 minutes) and peel when cold.

    Tips & Notes

    • Alternate printing instructions - Placing a flat single layer of fabric such as a pillow case or T-shirt over the ironing sheet and increasing the pressing time up to 2 minutes at 300oF increases the durability of the transfer.

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    Color Laser Copier Paper for Lights Application Instructions

    Application Instructions

    1. Reverse (flip or mirror) the image before printing.
    2. Load the transfer paper so that the blank side receives the image. Fan the sheets of the transfer paper on all four sides to reduce static charge.
    3. Preheat the heat press to 375°F/190°C.
    4. Trim away any unprinted area around your image. Choose a white or light colored substrate made of 100% cotton, cotton/poly blend or 100% polyester.
    5. Place wrinkle free garment onto the press pad.
    6. Place transfer image side down, heat press for 15 seconds with medium to heavy pressure.
    7. Peel hot immediately.

    Tips & Notes

    • Room Temperature should be about 75°.
    • Paper should acclimate 12-24 hours prior to use.
    • Warm up your copier.
    • Preheat your press.
    • Determine the grain direction of your paper. If the paper was purchased in 8 1/2" x 11", it is long grain and should be fed from the Letter R tray. If the paper has been cut from 11" x 17" to produce 8 1/2 " x 11" paper, this is now short grain paper and should be fed from the Letter tray.
    • Use a humidifier or dehumidifier to achieve a relative humidity of approximately 40%.
    • Manufacturer and seller are not responsible for damaged caused by misuse of this paper.

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    Trim Free Laser Transfer Paper Application Instructions

    General Use

    White or light colored fabrics including 100% cotton, polyester or poly/cotton blends. Printing Equipment: CL Trim Free works in Color Laser Copiers and Printers . It is not recommended for photo type prints or prints with gradient colors , etc.

    General Tips

    • We recommend that the sorter is removed on color copiers.
    • Fan paper to separate.
    • Feed transfer paper from bypass tray / multi-feed tray.
    • Copy/Print on the coated side of the transfer paper.
    • Copy/Print Mirror Image.
    • Copy in Heavy 1 Mode if your printer or copier does not have this setting or you are not sure which mode to use please call for further information. Manufacturer and seller are not responsible for damaged caused by misuse of this paper.

    Application Instructions

    1. Position the imaged sheet with printed side face down.
    2. Press at 330-340 degreesF (165-170C) using medium to high pressure for 25-30 seconds.
    3. Peel the backing paper off slowly while warm (wait 7 to 10 seconds before peeling).
    4. Pull fabric on its ends before peeling for an easier peel.
    5. Repress imaged fabric with silicon sheet for 30 seconds.

    Garment Care & Washing Instructions

    • Always turn textile inside out before washing.
    • Recommended: Machine wash in cold water. Optional: Machine wash in warm water (40°C).
    • Use mild detergent. Do not use harsh or bleaching materials.
    • Recommended: Hang dry. Optional: Tumble dry with cool or warm air setting. Do not use fabric softeners.
    • After washing we recommend turning shirt inside out and ironing the image from the back.
    • Do not Dry Clean. This hand will continue to improve with washing. Wash garment inside out in warm or cool water. Do not use bleach or hot water.

    Storage & Handling for Transfer paper

    • Humidity levels affect the performance of the printer and the paper. Best results are achieved at 50-70% relative humidity. Always keep the paper packed and sealed in the ZIPLOK bag until used. Return all unused paper to the bag and reseal. Caution: Dampness in the paper will cause poor reproduction quality. Manufacturer and seller are not responsible for damaged caused by misuse of this paper.
    • Color Laser Copiers / Printers recommended maintenance for best quality production.
    • Your CLC should be checked every 30,000 copies.
    • Copies should run on its own circuit.
    • Have toner waste boxes emptied at least once a year.
    • If color is off after adjusting the toner and saturation levels, the starter may need replacing.
    • Toners darken with heat: therefore the image on the transfer should be a bit lighter.
    • Clean the glass on your CLC often.
    • For every 50 sheets of transfer paper, run a sheet of Laser Cleaning paper through the CLC.
    • Do not store paper in the tray inside the machine, but the paper needs to be kept in the same area as the copier. This paper will not work in black & white copiers, desktop printers, laser jet printer, etc.

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    Image Clip For Lights Application Instructions

    General Use

    Works great for full color designs. It can be applied to T-shirts, handbags, mouse pads, coasters, leather articles, art papers etc. ImageClip Laser paper for lights works well with cotton materials along with 50/50 blends and polyester as long as the fabric has a tight weave. When using ImageClip Laser paper for lights there is no need to trim the excess paper as this product is self-weeding. There will be no background to your printed design.

    Application Instructions - A Two Step Process

    Printing

    1. Mirror the image.
    2. Use the HEAVY paper setting to ensure fusing of the toners.
    3. Load the red back printed imaging sheet so that the image will appear on the coated side of the paper.
    4. Paper should feed into the copier or printer with the short dimension first (grain long).

    Transferring

    1. Press the imaged sheet (red printed back) to the transfer sheet (green printed). This will apply the transfer coating to the imaged area.
    2. PRESS - 20 seconds at 210 F using light pressure.
    3. Separate the papers while still hot.
    4. A cloudy film will appear on your printed sheet.
    5. Press the treated imaging sheet (red print) face down onto the shirt or other substrates.
    6. PRESS - 30 seconds at 375 F using heavy pressure.
    7. COOL before peeling. Stretch immediately after peeling if desired.
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    Inkjet Paper For Darks Application Instructions

    General Use

    Designed for transferring inkjet images to dark or other colored garments and substrates. This product contains an opaque layer allowing for photograph quality images to be transferred. This product is best used for images that contain white to be transferred onto dark garments. This product may be cut with a cutter/plotter, die and kiss-cut and may be applied to products such as T-shirts, sweatshirts, mouse pads, puzzles, and leather goods.

    Printing Instructions

    1. Print image on coated side of paper right reading (do not mirror image).
    2. Trim away the unprinted paper around your image.

    Pre-Printing Instructions

    1. Prepare the substrate by ensuring the surface is clean, dry and wrinkle free.

    Application Instructions

    1. Remove the backing paper from the printed image.
    2. Place the Heat Transfer Paper on top of the garment with the image facing up (right reading to you).
    3. Completely cover the image with the ironing sheet.
    4. Place a piece of spare material over the ironing sheet.
    5. Press for 30 seconds at 350°F using medium pressure.
    6. Once cold peel away ironing sheet in a smooth even motion.

    Recommended Printers for this paper for darks

    1. Any brand name inkjet printer (i.e. Epson, Canon, Lexmark) work very well with this type of paper. We do NOT recommend a Dell or Hewlett Packard inkjet printer as we have experienced problems with their models.
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    Application Instructions

    1. Turn the 3D Vacuum Heat press on.
    2. Set the heating button so both the top and bottom heating lights are on.
    3. Set the Temperature to 392 degrees F (200 degrees C) and time to 8.5 minutes (510 seconds). Add 2 minutes (120 seconds) for each additional mug placed in the Vacuum Press.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Trim the edges of the image and wrap around mug.
    6. Attach the image to mug using transfer release tape.
    7. Wrap mug with mug wrap.
    8. Place the mug on its side on the wire rack within the press.
    9. Press vacuum button
    10. Press the time button
    11. At approximately 5 minutes, flip mug over so the opposite side is facing up in the vacuum press. Close the vacuum press and continue with the remaining time.
    12. Remove immediately once finished and peel hot. Use caution as mug will be very hot.
    13. Dip mug into warm water to cool and end the sublimation process
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 60 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    6. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    7. Place substrate face up on the heat press, with the transfer paper on top.
    8. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    9. Press at 400 degrees F for 60 seconds with medium pressure
    10. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 1-3 minutes.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Remove protective film from product.
    5. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    6. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    7. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    8. Place substrate face down on the heat press (metal surface up).
    9. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    10. Press at 400 degrees F for 1-3 minutes with medium pressure
    11. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 60 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Remove protective film from product.
    5. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    6. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    7. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    8. Place substrate face up on the heat press, with the transfer paper on top.
    9. Cover with a non stick sheet
    10. Press at 400 degrees F for 60 seconds with medium pressure
    11. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 70 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Remove protective film from product.
    5. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    6. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    7. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    8. Place substrate face up on the heat press, with the transfer paper on top.
    9. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    10. Press at 400 degrees F for 70 seconds with medium pressure
    11. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 60 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper using our 2 sided template. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Spray the transfer paper with dye-trans hold spray.
    6. Place the substrate face down on one of the printed images, and fold the paper so the other side aligns with the substrate.
    7. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    8. Place substrate face up on the heat press, with the transfer paper on top.
    9. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    10. Press at 400 degrees F for 60 seconds with medium pressure
    11. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Make sure the top vacuum tray is in the 3D Vacuum Heat Press and the tubing is connected to the tray.
    2. Press the heating button so both the top and bottom heater are active.
    3. Set temperature to 190 degrees Celsius
    4. Set time to 6 minutes (360 seconds)
    5. Remove protective film from the phone case.
    6. Place phone case on mold.
    7. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    8. Trim the edges of the image and wrap around the phone case and mold. (slit corners of paper to wrap around the corners of the phone case)
    9. Place phone case face up within the top tray of the 3D Vacuum Heat Press.
    10. Close and lock the top tray.
    11. Press the vacuum button. Once the vacuum has removed most of the air and your phone case looks snug within the tray, close the top lid of the 3D Vacuum Heat Press.
    12. Press the time button.
    13. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
    14. For iPhone 4 and 5 cases, place the finished phone case in the cooling mold to receive a tight fit around the phone. (all other phone cases do not require the cooling mold)
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 1 minute (60 seconds).
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Remove protective film from product (backing plate).
    5. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    6. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    7. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    8. Place substrate face down on the heat press (metal surface up).
    9. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    10. Press at 400 degrees F for 1-3 minutes with medium pressure
    11. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
    12. When backplate is cool, remove the paper covering the adhesive on the case.
    13. Align the backplate within the indentation and adhere to phone case.
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    Application Instructions

    1. Turn the 3D Vacuum Heat press on.
    2. Set the heating button so both the top and bottom heating lights are on.
    3. Set the Temperature to 392 degrees F (200 degrees C) and time to 500 seconds. Add 2 minutes (120 seconds) for each additional mug placed in the Vacuum Press.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Trim the edges of the image and wrap around mug.
    6. Attach the image to mug using transfer release tape.
    7. Wrap mug with mug wrap.
    8. Place upside down within the heat press.
    9. Press vacuum button
    10. Press the time button
    11. Remove immediately once finished and peel hot. Use caution as mug will be very hot.
    12. Dip mug into warm water to cool and end the sublimation process
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 45-55 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Place paper face down on garment. The garment needs to be 100% polyester and white or light color fabric.
    6. Press at 400 degrees F for 45-55 seconds with medium pressure
    7. Remove paper immediately and peel hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 240-270 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at heavy.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Trim the edges of the image and wrap around mug.
    6. Attach the image to mug using transfer release tape.
    7. Wrap mug with a teflon sheet and place in mug press.
    8. Press at 400 degrees F for 4-4.5 minutes with heavy pressure.
    9. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
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    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 360-400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 60-180 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Wrap the printed image around the water bottle and secure with heat transfer tape.
    6. If your water bottle is loose within the Mug Press, place a silicone pad around the water bottle.
    7. Press at 360-400 degrees F for 60-180 seconds with medium pressure
    8. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot. Use caution as water bottle will be very hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 20 seconds
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Pre-press the Puzzle face down for 20 seconds.
    6. When cool, place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    7. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    8. Place substrate face up on the heat press, with the transfer paper on top.
    9. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    10. Press at 400 degrees F for 45 seconds with medium pressure.
    11. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 6-8 minutes depending on tile size. The larger the tile, the longer the time should be.
    3. Set Pressure at light. Use caution as the ceramic tile can crack with too much pressure.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    6. Place a sof-fusion pressing pillow on the bottom pad of heat press to cushion the ceramic tile.
    7. Place substrate face down on the heat press, with the back of the ceramic tile facing up.
    8. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    9. Press at 400 degrees F for 6-8 minutes with light pressure.
    10. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot. Use caution as tile will be very hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 160 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at light to medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    6. Place a sof-fusion pressing pillow on the bottom pad of heat press to cushion the ceramic magnet.
    7. Place substrate face down on the heat press, with the back of the ceramic magnet facing up.
    8. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    9. Press at 400 degrees F for 160 seconds with light to medium pressure.
    10. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot. Use caution as magnet will be very hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 45-60 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    6. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    7. Place substrate face up on the heat press, with the transfer paper on top.
    8. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    9. Press at 400 degrees F for 45-60 seconds with medium pressure.
    10. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 45 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Place paper face down on bib/ apron.
    6. Cover with non stick sheet.
    7. Press at 400 degrees F for 45 seconds with medium pressure.
    8. Remove paper immediately and peel hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 30 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Place paper face down on koozie (Use heat transfer tape to keep design in place if needed).
    6. Press at 400 degrees F for 30 seconds with medium pressure.
    7. Remove paper immediately and peel hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 360-400 seconds depending on the rock slate size. The larger the rock slate, the longer the time should be.
    3. Set Pressure at light to medium. Use caution as the rock slate can crack with too much pressure.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    6. Place substrate face up on the heat press.
    7. Cover with a silicon pad.
    8. Press at 400 degrees F for 360-400 seconds with light to medium pressure.
    9. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot. Use caution as rock slate will be very hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Turn the 3D Vacuum Heat press on.
    2. Make sure the top tray is in the heat press, and the tubing is connected underneath the tray.
    3. Set the Temperature to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C) and time to 420-480 seconds (7-8 minutes).
    4. Set the heating button so both the top and bottom heating lights are on.
    5. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    6. Trim the edges of the image and wrap around the tile.
    7. Attach the image to tile using transfer release tape.
    8. Place the tile face up within the top tray of the vacuum press.
    9. Press vacuum button
    10. Press the time button
    11. Remove immediately once finished and peel hot. Use caution as the tile will be very hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 180-220 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at light. Use caution as the glass can crack with too much pressure.
    4. Print a NON-mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    5. Place the back of the substrate (white side) face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    6. Place substrate face down on the heat press, with the back of the clock facing up.
    7. Cover with a non stick sheet.
    8. Press at 400 degrees F for 180-220 seconds with light pressure.
    9. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot. Use caution as the glass will be very hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Turn the 3D Vacuum Heat press on.
    2. Set the heating button so both the top and bottom heating lights are on.
    3. Set the Temperature to 200 degrees C and time to 13 minutes.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Trim the edges of the image and wrap around shot glass.
    6. Attach the image to shot glass using transfer release tape.
    7. Place the shot glasses within the mold and cover with the glass lid.
    8. Attach the rubber tube that is connected to the bottom of the 3D Vacuum Press to the white tube sticking out of the mold.
    9. Press vacuum button.
    10. Press the time button.
    11. Remove immediately once finished and peel hot. Use caution as shot glass will be very hot.

    Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 30 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper.
    5. Place paper face down on mouse pad (Use heat transfer tape to keep design in place if needed).
    6. Press at 400 degrees F for 30 seconds with medium pressure.
    7. Remove paper immediately and peel hot.