Here is the basic process of how to make t-shirts with a Sawgrass ChromaBlast or SubliJet system. For the benefit of all of you who haven’t seen how one of these nifty Sawgrass systems work, here’s a little Q & A exchange we’ll call ChromaBlast 101.
The new ChromaBlast media saves money two ways: lower prices and greater efficiency. It no longer requires a commercial heat press, although use of one is reccommended. You can apply it at home with a standard household iron. It takes onger, but anyone with a firm hand can do it.
ChromaBlast is a digital transfer technology used to decorate cotton garments. It’s a very popular garment decoration method for our customers because it uses economical cotton shirts, can be used with inexpensive desktop inkjet printers, and produces vivid washfast color. It’s also more versatile than we’d thought. We’ve recently discovered and verified that you can use ChromaBlast ink and paper to customize mouse pads.
As you probably know by now, garment decoration represents a growing and profitable business opportunity for anyone with a Vinyl Cutter and Sign Software. Many of you have discovered this enjoyable profit center. As people make the transition from vinyl graphics to thermal transfer applications, it seems that the element that causes the most problems […]