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Posted on Thu, 8 Jan 2004 at 11:50



I remember years ago getting some samples in the mail from a company out of Utah - something like Mountain High Graphics or something like that. Anyway, they were plastisol printed onto paper that I could use a heat press to apply, and it came out great. Especially white on dark colors. I think the correct term is hot peel transfer, but not sure if that means plastisol or not - I would love if anyone had a source for custom multi color or process color transfers that would take a digital file - illustrator .eps, photoshop .tiff, etc.

thanks for you time folks...
Brian
Richmond, VA

P.S. Is going this route more of a pain in the butt that just finding a screenprinter to make shirts? I was thinking if I ordered the transfers, I could press the shirts as needed, and still end up with a screenprinted look...

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Anonymous says: We produce high quality transfers for t-shirts, hats, and sweatshirts.Our transfers work on light or dark color shirts. We can print 1 color up to 12 colors. We do short or long runs.We have a in house ...

We produce high quality transfers for t-shirts, hats, and sweatshirts.Our transfers work on light or dark color shirts.
We can print 1 color up to 12 colors. We do short or long runs.We have a in house art department. Our prices are
very reasonable. Call us for a price list and samples of our transfers.
Oh yes, we have been in business over 30 years.
Call: Sheryl 1-828-606-6261
or Dave 1-828-654-9711

posted on: Tue, 04/26/2005 - 7:34pm

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