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Product Instructions


Mugs in a Press

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

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DYEWRAP: Coin Banks, Ceramic Mugs and Steins, Aluminum and Stainless Water Bottles, Stainless Steel Mugs and Ceramic Shot Glasses Using an Oven Wrap

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

DYEWRAP-10, DYEWRAP-68, DYEWRAP02, DYEWRAP03, DYEWRAP04, DYEWRAP05, DYEWRAP09
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Additional Items:

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PolySub™ Plastic Mugs

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

ATS02, ATS03, POLYMUG11, POLYMUG15T
.F
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DyeTrans® Ceramic Color Changing Morph Mugs

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

3001, 3002
.F
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.
.

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Ceramic Steins

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

P20, STEIN, STEIN16, STEIN16K, STEIN28G, TANK22
.F
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.
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Stainless Steel Travel Mug Sublimation Instructions with a Press

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

MUG14SS, MUG18SS, MUG22SS
.F
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.
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Water Bottle Sublimation Instructions

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

WB600W-CH, WB600S-CH, WB004, WB002, WB003
400°F
.
3-3.5 Minutes Press/6 minutes Oven
Firm

Additional Items: DYEWRAP-68 for oven; Heat conductive rubber, pn HCR-18610, if using a press

Recommended Paper: DyeTrans Paper ONLY

PowerDriver Setting: White Metal or Silver Metal


Step-by-step:
1) Remove the cap from the top of the bottle. Remove the water bottle lids before sublimating.

2) Apply image to be transferred face down onto the bottle. You may use either Pro Spray or heat tape to secure the transfer to the bottle. Just be sure not to let the heat platen or the rubber on the wrap overlay the tape.

3) Cover entire imaging area with protective paper.

4) Wrap the bottle with rubber or dyewrap. Note that the rubber pad is slightly longer than the imaging area of the bottle. This is so you can easily position the bottle in the press in that you have more area to "pinch" the rubber while positioning it in the press.

5) Press, or put into oven.

Note from George Knight Presses: We cannot emphasize enough: NO pressing narrow water bottles without the extra rubber pad! You will pinch/overstretch/bend the heater if you try and force-press the water bottle with only one pad in the press (no extra pad).


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Notes on DyeWraps

Substrate

Temperature

Prepress

Press Time

Pressure

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Additional Items:

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