We’re in the homestretch of our “How It’s Done” informational video series! I know, we’re also feeling a little blue that we’ve only got a couple left to share with you. But remember: don’t be sad when it’s over, just be glad it happened. Plus, all our videos are over on our YouTube channel for your viewing pleasure anytime the moment strikes you. Like right after you finish reading this blog post!
So far we’ve looked at screen printing, pad printing, debossing, and the latest one about embroidery. All techniques have their advantages when you’re looking to showcase your business in the best way possible. I particularly liked the debossing video, mainly because I was always jealous of the person who had that professional looking portfolio complete with custom logo. And with a name like debossing how can you go wrong?
Today we’re looking at heat press. Now it may come as a shock to you, but heat press, or heat transfer, uses high temperatures and pressure to basically melt an adhesive design onto your custom T-shirt, tote bag, or lawn chair. It’s really that simple, but the guys do a pretty good job of explaining the process. Onto the video!
That’s a lot of pressure…pushing down on you. Pushing down on…your personalized jacket. Sorry, couldn’t help myself. Heat transfer is a pretty common imprinting process, and as you can see from the video it’s fairly easy to understand. And even though your mom is awesome, she probably doesn’t have the strength to apply the amount of pressure needed to keep those numbers from peeling off of the T-shirts you got for your company softball game. That’s where we come in!
Can’t stand the pressure of heat transfer? Well, like I said at the beginning we have plenty of other methods to get that logo of yours to truly shine. And don’t forget about digital printing! That’s our final video in the series, and it’s sure to leave an imprint on you. So keep coming back here to our blog, or watch our YouTube channel to check out all the printing process fun.
Did you learn something new about heat press? Were you fascinated by the process? Any question you didn’t get answered, and you just need to know about it? We want to hear from you in the comments!
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