How To Heat Transfer a Logo to a T-shirt | San Diego Printers
Posted on January 16, 2016
San Diego Printer Shows How To Heat Transfer A Logo to a T-shirt
I’m here to answer your question about how to heat transfer a logo onto a t-shirt. Just like with any print job, you start with the art. You want the artwork done with a software program you’re using Photoshop, Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator and then you want to invert that image so that when he gets heat pressed it comes out right on the t-shirt not upside down or backwards. Then you send over to a vinyl cutter which will cut out your image for you on a sheet of vinyl. You pull the top layer of the vinyl and stick it on the shirt. Then you put the shirt around the heat press and put the image on top and you put the pocket area front or back wherever you might be heated down you want the temperature to be about three hundred and thirty degrees you don’t get too high or else you’ll just melt the vinyl …wait about 10 seconds take it off and If it still peeling put it down for another five to 10 seconds you don’t wanna do it too long or else it will warp the vinyl on the shirt. That is basically how to heat transfer a logo onto a t-shirt.