The process of transferring prints on any material can be done semi-automatically using digital technology or perhaps manually using an iron. This is the point where the heat press machine in introduced; it ensures that all the necessary elements like temperature/heat, timing and pressure and utilized properly in the heat transfer process. Visit HeatPressReview.com for detailed information on how the heat press machine works.
Let us take a look at the features of a multifunction heat press:
OrangeA Multifunction Heat Press Machine (5 in 1)
This 5 in 1 swing away fabricated machine comes with a 360-degree rotation that assists in avoiding accidental contact. The machine is fabricated fully assembled with the following elements: a curved 6” x 3” cap/hat press, two press plates (#1: 5” max diameter and #2: 6” max diameter), a 12” x 5” platen press, a mug press (3” – 3.5” diameter, 11oz), and other essential parts such as the silicone pad, cotton pad and an operation manual. The dimension of the machine is 21” x 20.5” x 19” with an adjustable height of 13.5” -0 17”
The machine has an upgraded aluminum alloy cradle with an arm that is 24/5 inches long; the heating board incorporated in the machine is about 4.5” thick and it is constructed of plastic and metal.
The machine employs 1400 wattage with 110 volts of power input. The lower platen is elevated just so it provided double support that can be removed. The machine has an inbuilt fuse that makes it a safe choice and the length of the power cord is about 4.5”
An LCD display is incorporated in this machine for displaying the timer and for temperature control. In addition, there is an audible alarm that goes off when the target time is reached or perhaps elapsed. The timer control is between 0 – 999 seconds, with a temperature range between 32 – 430 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 – 250 degrees Celsius. Furthermore, there is an adjustable temperature scale.
This 5 in 1 machine can be used for the heat transfer process of colorful characters and pictures, numbers and letter, of dissolving and sublimating ink into glass, textiles, and ceramics of varying feels.