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Heat Press Transfer Vinyl Tutorial

December 25, 2011 by  
Filed under Guest Articles on Low Cost Heating

Josh Ellsworth demonstrates the process of using heat transfer vinyl. From cutting to weeding to heating, this video will demonstrate the process for you.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “Heat Press Transfer Vinyl Tutorial”
  1. msspody2 says:

    what software did you use for the design

  2. cuginetycoon says:

    thats waaaaaaay to time consuming

  3. NicenEasyuk says:

    He says Corel like Cerol

  4. CADCUTDirect says:

    you can buy it at CADCUTdirect . com

  5. waveykid211 says:

    where can i actually get the vinyl from online plz help

  6. beaner4life says:


    Thats bullshit you don’t need that much money. You can do all this for about $500 or even less. Get a used Heat Press off craigslist for like $200 or less. Get a vinyl cutter from for under $300. And then buy some vinyl rolls for $50 off amazon.

  7. monkeyed says:

    Who would dislike this?

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  9. debra1959hall says:

    It was very understandable, thanks for sharing

  10. M2spot says:

    I’ve started to make this job with a plotter (craftrobo) 250,00 euro, and a heat press on ebay 295,00 euro , and now I start to gain some extra money, with shirts

  11. mardwene says:

    não entendi foi nada hahahah

  12. citystars135 says:

    @hijodiponggolz I got a vinyl cutter and heat press for $500 that came with software, just gotta play around with it and you can do whatever you want. its really not that expensive to do

  13. Mairsyboy says:

    Got the answer from questions asked earlier thanks,I wish to start up doing t shirts for my martial arts gym,can you recommend a heat press,cutter,and what vinyl to get me started please,we are a charity,and don’t want to lose money out of our hard earned kitty,many thanks.glad I saw your video.

  14. Mairsyboy says:

    How many washes would the t shirt go through before cracking,thank you.

  15. nagwatcy says:

    thanks is nice

  16. brianfromyourhormone says:

    heyya sir…i never tried vinyl transfer though i just discovered it here…I can print with screenprint,.how much that heat press?or all of it? to make a complete print?

  17. MRSPAGEDY says:

    Hey is there like a table that tells you what kind of vinyl you need for different shirt materials.? Thanks

  18. MRSPAGEDY says:

    Hey is there like a table that tells you what kind of vinyl you need for different shirt materials.

  19. fetallica1 says:

    i like to buy Roland cutter how much it cost ???

  20. nickolas2009 says:

    -voltage: constant electric current — 12v, alternating current — 220v
    -the model is — multifunctional, needs minimal service costs, simple in operating
    -power consumption: alternating current — 0,05 — 0,35 kWt/hour, constant current -0,05 — 0,1 kWt/hour
    time of heating S =20 sq.m per 2 hour
    -high economic effects
    -maximum level of heating with minimum power consumption

  21. truongvu2 says:

    hey man, one question i got a creation pro h.k vinyl cutter and right now i’m stucked with the size. i don’t no how to adjust the size on the cutter and how to adjust the size from the software to suit to the cuter adjustment?

  22. ebassify says:

    @TriggerMan41 i use a yudu screen print for that kind of stuff cad cant get that much definition close but the thin lines will just wrinkle up

  23. TriggerMan41 says:

    I would like to see a demo of just detailed and defined you can get with the vinyl to heat press app. The shirts of today with the ” Gothic” style are pretty detailed.
    Thank you

  24. csskafeen says:

    do i need a special printer like this one to print the designs?

  25. vicvic19841 says:

    Hi! Is there a particular printer for that job or can I use a regular printer?

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