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Yes, if you are put it on shirts, towels jackets etc. it’s just like an iron but bigger (some of them), hotter and faster and adhering iron vinyl to your projects!
Michelle Mister
· May 16, 2019
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Hello,
If you are using sublimation paper to transfer the pattern.
Sublimation paper must be used with sublimation printers and sublimation inks. … see more
Hello,
If you are using sublimation paper to transfer the pattern.
Sublimation paper must be used with sublimation printers and sublimation inks.
We generally use the Epson sublimation printer...
Any sublimation printer on the market can print sublimation paper.
(Should't print sublimation paper with an inkjet printer! !)
Thank you
O BOSSTOP see less
Hello,
If you are using sublimation paper to transfer the pattern.
Sublimation paper must be used with sublimation printers and sublimation inks.
We generally use the Epson sublimation printer...
Any sublimation printer on the market can print sublimation paper.
(Should't print sublimation paper with an inkjet printer! !)
Thank you
O BOSSTOP

BossTop
Seller · July 12, 2019
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However you like. If you have a cutting machine you can do very detailed transfers, but the transfer material can be cut by hand as well so you don’t have to have a machine for that. Depends on your requirements and skill level.
Margaret M. OBrien
· May 25, 2019
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Both; it's like a big fat iron.
Lisa F
· May 31, 2019
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It's easy to store, heats up in a matter of seconds, and is easy to use. It is more suitable for families and some small businesses.Of course, it is also cheaper than cricut.
Tina E.
· August 20, 2019
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Mine did not do that at all! I would probably send that one back!
Michelle Mister
· August 18, 2019
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Hello,
thank you fou your time.
You should use sublimation paper with sublimation ink to transfer the Image. … see more
Hello,
thank you fou your time.
You should use sublimation paper with sublimation ink to transfer the Image.
If you have any questions, you can write to us.
thank
O BOSSTOP see less
Hello,
thank you fou your time.
You should use sublimation paper with sublimation ink to transfer the Image.
If you have any questions, you can write to us.
thank
O BOSSTOP

BossTop
Seller · July 15, 2019
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Try to hit timer and it should hold.
Lisa F
· May 31, 2019
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Raise the temp some, and try that. I had to play with mine, before ever trying a shirt!
Janet Caperton
· May 31, 2019