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heat transfered plastisol.

Posted on Thu, 19 Aug 2004 at 14:04



Hello, I'm printing t-shirts by printing my designs on heat transfer paper with regular Union plastisol ink, then using my swingman heat transfer to put them onto the t-shirt. The reason I do this is because althoI only have a few designs for sale, people order the t-shirts in one of 7 different colors and 3 different styles and I can't afford to have direct printed stock. Do I need to get hot-split plastisol ink for my quality to be perfect? Does anyone have any tips on doing this kind of stuff?

Thanks so much!

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