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Wearable Transfer 

How to Press Fleece

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Set Temperature and Time

1
  • 320F (160C)

  • 12-15 seconds

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Load a Test Fleece

2

If possible, slip the platen through the shirt so there is only one layer of fabric on top. Otherwise, lay shirt on top of the platen. Avoid pockets if possible.

Set Pressure

3
  • Manual Press: Tighten dial until the press won’t close. Loosen dial progressively until the press closes.

  • Hotronix and Geo Knight: 8-9

  • Pneumatic Press: 40-50 PSI

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Pre-Press: 8-10 Seconds

4

Prepressing releases moisture from the garment ensuring good contact. This is very important when pressing Fleece. Repeat this step if there is no steam.

Place Supacolor

5

Position the transfer on the garment. Lay teflon sheet or parchment paper over the Supacolor. Keep print away from pockets and collar.

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Press: 12-15 Seconds

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Peel Immediately 

7

Hot peel immediately from a corner in one smooth motion. Peel with confidence and without hesitation.

 

Hold down garment with your free hand for better control.

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Post-Press: 2-4 Seconds

8

Use a teflon sheet or parchment to seal the edges of the Supacolor.