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Hopefully someone here has some experience with making T-Shirts....

I'm getting ready to buy a heat press and looking for some info before I make the purchase. I originally was looking at a 15 x 15 but found a great deal on a 11 x 15. Am I losing that much if I downgrade to a smaller press? Do ya'll that make T-Shirts use the full 15x15 area?

I remember the first vinyl cutter that I bought was a 40"....but I hardly ever cut anything over 24". I just don't want to pay the extra money for something I'll hardly ever use.

Thanks in advance!

Happy Holidays to everyone too! :beer

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hmm....good info.

There is a company out there that I've been looking into....where you send your image and they'll send you back however many "screen printed transfers" you want. I've seen a shirt made right in front of me at the Charlotte Graphics Show a few months ago and it came out great.

Also, someone else there printed out an image and transfered it with transfer paper and made a pretty nice looking shirt (for a really cheap price).

After seeing these done, it really impressed me.....hence my interest in getting one of these machines.

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