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Our 8.5X4.5" rectangular photo rock slate is a 1/4" thick, with a white coating that is ready to sublimate. Each piece is handcrafted and chiseled with imperfect edges to make each slate unique. Memorialize a loved one or use your favorite inspirational quote. The Rock Slate comes with two black plastic stands to display on any desk or mantle. Please be aware that these are natural stone and slight imperfections in the surface may occur.

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8.5 X 4.5" ROCK SLATE

Rating:
97% of 100
item #
SB-S-087
Features
More Information
SKU SB-S-087
Finish Semi Gloss
Substrate Slate
Sub Blank Size 8.5 x 4.5"
Substrate Color White

Texprint Sublimation Paper on a Rock Slate with a 3D Vacuum Press

Application Instructions

  1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit (200 C)
  2. Set timer to 5:30-7 minutes depending on the rock slate size. The larger the rock slate, the longer the time should be.
  3. Keep top tray in the 3D Vacuum press, and connect tubing to the bottom of the tray.
  4. Press Heating Button twice so both lights are on.
  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. Place substrate face up in the top tray of the 3D Vacuum Press.
  8. Press vacuum button. Then timing button to begin the timer.
  9. Press at 400 degrees F for 5:30-7 minutes.
  10. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot. Use caution as rock slate will be very hot.

Texprint Sublimation Paper on a Rock Slate with a Heat Press

Application Instructions

  1. Set temperature to 356 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Set timer to 420 seconds (7 minutes) depending on the rock slate size. The larger the rock slate, the longer the time should be.
  3. Set Pressure at 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. Press at 356 degrees F for 420 seconds with medium pressure.
  8. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot. Use caution as rock slate will be very hot.

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