Heat Transfer Paper vs Sublimation Printing

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Heat Transfer Paper vs. Sublimation Printing So, you’re entering the wonderful world of T-shirt making and personalized garments—that’s exciting! You may be asking yourself which garment decoration method is better: heat transfer paper or sublimation printing? The answer is that both are great! However, the method you go with depends on your needs and what […]

Plate Press

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Muggit Plate Press • Intergrated Digital Timer and Temperature controller • Includes 2 x Elements – smaller one for side plates and polymer bowls and a larger one for dinner plates • Adjustable pressure – press items up to 2.5cm thick • English instruction manual with easily understood instructions • Economical on Electricity • 12 […]

Cap Press

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Cap Press Cap Presses are not only for pressing caps, but are also really useful for transfer prints in places that are difficult with a flat press, such as shirt collars, kit bags, etc. • Cap Press is a low cost press for all but the most strenuous work. • Flexible Rubber base • Hold […]

Pen Press

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Introducing something which even a few years ago was not possible – a method for printing digital full colour transfers onto pens. Enter the Muggit Pen press. With this press, some printable pens, a laser printer, (a white toner machine is recommended) and transfer paper it’s possible to print custom pens in full colour and […]

Silk Screen Printing Tips

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Silk screen printing is a bit intimidating at first, but it’s easier than it looks and it’s possible to set up a printing area in your own home for cheap. We will show you how you can do it with a minimum amount of materials. The basic idea behind silk screening is pretty simple and […]

How Silk screen printing Works?

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Ink + screen (mesh stencil) = screen printing!, the process itself has very little limits on what surfaces can be used to print on. Staying on trend is easy-peasy with this process, considering all of the awesome ink types available that can manipulate the “look” of the final print. Expert printers (enter Thread bird!) understand […]

Screen printing vs Digital printing

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Screen printing vs Digital printing Under The Tree Printers offers two different methods of printing, in order to provide a process that best suits your artwork. We offer traditional screen printing for the majority of our products and best print, as well as digital printing on selected items, but rarely used. Screen printing involves creating a stencil (printers call this a […]