Solutions to Prevent Transfer Lines: Part Two

Aaron Montgomery has been involved with the garment decorating and personalization industry since 2000 and the digital printing industry since 1997. He has been actively involved in the industry trade shows via speaking, attending and exhibiting for the last 16 years. He also writes articles for the industry magazines and blogs on topics that include marketing, social media, the personalization market, and garment decorating techniques. He is dedicated to helping small businesses grow and succeed. You can find Aaron co-hosting the industry's oldest and most listened to Podcast - 2 Regular Guys (www.2regularguys.com). You can also find blogs about a wide range of topics on his own website at aaronmontgomery.info.

Another way to reduce or eliminate hard paper lines from heat transfer is to tear the edge of your sublimation transfer paper. This causes a more gradual edge and also a less pronounced line so it will not be as noticeable. This is more of a Band-Aid as the lines might still be there, but it could get you over the edge if you are close to solving the transfer lines issue.

—Aaron Montgomery, MontCo Consulting, 2 Regular Guys

Look back on the first solution.