I just finished a job that was like many I have done in the past. Something tells me It could be done different though. Any thoughts? It was a Black 100% tee. Printed once with a clear base coat then flashed then a red print, then flashed again then a white print. It is the second flash that I would like to avoid. This step not only takes twice as long I have to wait for the red to cool down before I can print the white, otherwise it sticks to the back of the white screen. I have to use a clear base because my registration is not reliable over a long run, and I have to flash the red otherwise it will not hold on the shirt after another print is layed on top of it.
Any thoughts would be welcomed.
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