What kind of pressure do printers want to use when curing DTG-printed shirts?

When curing shirts, you want less pressing pressure for the moisture to be released. If you trap the moisture, then you don’t get as good of a cure. Another thing to try if your ink requires longer times like two or three minutes, for better curing, cut your time in half and press twice. Stop pressing after the first one or so minutes, to let the trapped moisture escape. Then, continue to press for the remaining time. This method will result in a better cure.


Jerid Hill ColDesi

Jerid Hill

Jerid Hill has been a thought leader in the DTG industry pursuing new technologies for better quality and output. Jerid serves as the DTG product manager for ColDesi Inc. You can rely on Jerid's unique perspective in the garment industry, focusing on the end user's experience. He has extensive technical knowledge of DTG printing, as well as details and tips for preparing artwork, pretreating garments, expert level tips, and best overall practices for the garment printing realm.

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