We produce RhinoClean Screen Cleaning Products; offer AMAZING DIGITAL HEAT TRANSFER Paper for DARK and LIGHT apparel and hard surfaces, such as metal, Acrylic, ceramic, glass, wood; OKI Data Laser Printers, Heat Presses; Screen Frame/GLUE; USA-built Washout Booths, Screen Cleaning Filtration/Recirculating systems, Dip Tanks and more.
Monday, August 1, 2016
SingleStep™ - the Latest Update
In this updated video on SingleStep™ heat transfer, laser paper, you’ll be able to see why it is one of the most
requested weedless papers that RhinoTech offers. Once the design is transferred onto white/light
color fabric, it leaves no window -- it only transfers the toner. The finished
product looks like it’s been screen printed.
Use on 100% cotton, DriFit/polyester and 50/50 blends. And, the paper
is available in 8.5” x 11” and 11” x 17”.
We used an OKI c831-TSprinter to print the image because it’s been especially designed for garment
decoration. We recommend it because the results are excellent and we also sell
it because of the results. When the image is heat transferred onto a Gildan t-shirt,
you’ll be able to see the vivid print.
For the heat press, we
recommend and use the Swingman 20 with digital time, temperature and pressure
controls. A quality heat press will help you produce an outstanding final
product. We’re not kidding.
THESE ARE THE STEPS TO CREATE
A GREAT LOOKING DIGITALLY PRINTED T-SHIRT WITH SingleStep™ :
design in mirror image, so that it will end up being right reading.
heat press the shirt for 5-8 seconds with MEDIUM PRESSURE to remove wrinkles and
MEDIUM PRESSURE, heat press for 25 seconds at 330° F.
then, very carefully, HOT PEEL transfer by beginning at a corner and rolling
the paper back in one smooth motion.
extra step is position the shirt, again, onto the heat press bed.
parchment paper on top and then heat press for approximately 10 seconds. This
helps ensure that the design will be embedded into the fibers of the shirt.
it. SingleStep™is an easy step toward adding another dimension of customer
service to a screen printing or embroidery shop with little investment.