February '23

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G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M F E B R U A R Y 2 0 2 3 • G R A P H I C S P R O 7 1 admirers, and one type is not better or more optimal than the other. One of the marvelous things about the combination of a heat press and heat transfers is the variety of options that it offers to a decoration shop. Want to add printed designs to a dark shirt and don't have a DTG machine? Printable heat transfer vinyl and DTF transfers can help with that. Found a used mug press and want to try selling mugs at a local gift shop with artwork you created in house? Sublimation transfers where you send the art and receive a printed transfer in return can help you test out the marketplace and whether or not your designs will sell. Love the look of screen-printed band shirts, but can't afford to purchase a press or squee- gees or plastisol ink? Order up some screen print transfers and make band shirts that (Image courtesy Scrappy Dappy Doo) Professional heat transfers are not the type that can be sealed with an iron — iron-on transfers are an entirely different thing.

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