T-Shirt Heat Press ~ Make your own shirts!

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If you have ever thought of dong your own t-shirts, pillowcases, or other vinyl now is a great time to grab the heat press and cutter. Both just had a big price drop. My friend has one of these and I had her help me with a few projects for Christmas, which left me kinda wanting my own machine. So much fun! heat pressPowerPress Industrial-Quality Digital 15-by-15-Inch Sublimation T-Shirt Heat Press, Black

  • Brand New Coated 15″x15″ Heat Press Coated Sheet Included
  • Voltage:110V Power:1800 W
  • Temperature Range:0-500F Time Range:0-999 s
  • Electronic time and Heat control: precise time set-up
  • Silicon gel base board Pressure adjustable


Silhouette Cameo Touch Screen, Sketch Pen Set, Pixscan, Starter Guide, 2 Full Rolls Vinyl, Transfer Paper, Tools, and More

  • Silhouette Cameo II – Newest Model with Touch Screen
  • 5 Project Starter Guide written by Cameo Guru Melissa Viscount (Vinyl, Heat Transfer, Print & Cut, Paper, and Sketch Pen), 12-inch x 12-inch Cutting Mat, Sketch Pen Set 24 pc, 2 Cutting Blades
  • 12 Inch by 12 Inch Pixscan Mat, Vinyl Trimmer, Pick Me Up Pen, Scraper, Hook Tool
  • 1 Full Roll Black Vinyl, 1 Full Roll White Vinyl, 1 Full Roll Transfer Paper
  • One month to the Silhouette design store worth $25 in downloads, Software for PC & Mac

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17 COMMENTS

  1. Jessica Gilbert This would be awesome just to have! So many things could be done with this!!

  2. Usually heat transfer vinyl and a cutting machine, like a Silhouette Cameo or even something larger.

  3. This is exactly it! They suggest doing vinyl with it, but you can also use certain pigment based inks that are just as durable and look nicer. I’m really considering this….. maybe I’ll ask Santa for one for Christmas.

  4. What other products do you need to do this? Like what type of printing machine

  5. Jourdan Hansen can you post some of your work with this machine? Want to see how it does. Thanks!

  6. Lauren Re-Brown is this what you were talking about before? This price seems crazy good!!

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