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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-16-2012, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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hello every body ,

I am from Vietnam - glad to say hi to all of you .

May I have a question : how to do the heat transfer onto wood - it would be "mass production " processing for large quantity per each design.

Thank you in advance ! Tien
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Pham, this can be done with both inkjet and laser transfer paper on a commercial press. Since it sounds like you are doing this as a business I am going to refer you to the experts here: T-Shirt Forums This is where I get answers for using my heat transfer machines. You will find many companies there who sell machines and supplies.

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I've done it with a flat iron. Not mass production but it works.
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I used to use an Iron for that. But now, mostly I just print my pattern out and glue it to the wood. But for what I do, having the paper on the wood is of no concern.

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rather than heat seal why not screenpirnt them on Andy
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