Arc Mug Press 220V Including 10-11oz Element – Element F

Arc Mug Press 220V Including 10-11oz Element – Element F

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Arc Mug Press 220V
Comes complete with 10-11oz Element – Element F
Additional elements available for 6oz mugs, latte mugs and shot glasses.

Satin mug wrap required for toner printed mugs, enamel mugs and vacuum bottles.

Weight: Net 6.5kg

CE marked and certified according to Machinery
Low Voltage EEC Directives.

Complete with 1 year warranty.

How easy is it to sublimate a mug?
One of the world’s most popular products over the past 10 years has been the white glossy ceramic mug.
See below how easy it is sublimate a mug in 5 easy steps.
Step 1
Print Sublimation paper, in mirror image, then trim to size.
Step 2
Place and position transfer on to coated mug and tape in position using heat tape.
Step 3
Using mug press apply required time (140 secs) heat (190°C/370 °F) and normal pressure.
Step 4
Remove from press and peel transfer immediately for outstanding results.
Step 5
Submerge in water to complete the process.
Mug boxes are also available.

As a production technique is relatively simple. It’s the chemical process which separates it from any other form of digital printing. When sublimation inks are heated, they turn into a gas and form a permanent bond to 100% polyester fabric or items that have a polymer coating. The ink molecules revert to a solid state upon cooling. The result is a premium full colour, photographic quality image that will not crack, peel or wash away from the substrate. Sublimation dyes are not opaque and therefore the printable items need to be white or a pastel colours.

Toner Transfer options are also available
TheMagicTouch process offers you the ability to produce full colour decorated products in minutes.
Use CPM Transfer Paper to apply full colour decorations. Such as logos and images onto any colour substrate.