Aller au contenu
fr
CAD

Bienvenue sur le nouveau site Web de Joto Imaging Supplies

Presses à tasses

Les presses à tasses de Joto sont des outils polyvalents conçus pour appliquer des transferts sur une large gamme de types de tasses, notamment les tasses standard, les bouteilles d'eau, les tasses de voyage et les tasses à café au lait. Ces presses sont particulièrement conviviales, avec des enveloppes d'éléments interchangeables qui permettent une personnalisation facile sur différents substrats. L'unité de commande numérique simplifie le processus, avec des commandes simples pour régler le temps et la température, le rendant accessible même aux débutants.

Ces presses à mugs sont particulièrement adaptées aux transferts laser et par sublimation, offrant un moyen fiable et efficace de produire des verres personnalisés ou de marque de haute qualité. La possibilité de basculer facilement entre différents emballages d'éléments garantit que vous pouvez vous adapter à différentes tailles et formes de produits, augmentant ainsi la polyvalence et les offres de produits potentielles pour une entreprise. Idéales pour les entreprises cherchant à élargir leur gamme de produits ou pour un usage personnel, les presses à tasses de Joto offrent une solution pratique pour la création de verres personnalisés.

What are Mug Presses?

Mug presses operate by using a combination of heat and pressure to transfer sublimation ink or other types of transfers onto the surface of a mug. Here's a step-by-step process:

Design Creation Start by designing your image or text using graphic design software. Ensure the design fits the mug's dimensions.
Printing Print the design onto special sublimation paper using sublimation ink.
Preparation Secure the printed paper onto the mug using heat-resistant tape to keep it in place.
Pressing Place the mug in the mug press, which heats the mug and applies pressure. The heat activates the sublimation ink, causing it to turn into gas and bond with the mug's surface.
Cooling Once the pressing cycle is complete, carefully remove the mug and let it cool. The design will be permanently transferred to the mug.

Joto’s offers some different types of Mug Presses. Additionally, Joto Imaging Supplies offers some different items that you can customize like on what designs you want .Explore now!

How Mug Presses Work?

Mug presses operate by using a combination of heat and pressure to transfer sublimation ink or other types of transfers onto the surface of a mug. Here's a step-by-step process:

Design Creation Start by designing your image or text using graphic design software. Ensure the design fits the mug's dimensions.
Printing Print the design onto special sublimation paper using sublimation ink.
Preparation Secure the printed paper onto the mug using heat-resistant tape to keep it in place.
Pressing Place the mug in the mug press, which heats the mug and applies pressure. The heat activates the sublimation ink, causing it to turn into gas and bond with the mug's surface.
Cooling Once the pressing cycle is complete, carefully remove the mug and let it cool. The design will be permanently transferred to the mug.

Joto’s offers some different types of Mug Presses. Additionally, Joto Imaging Supplies offers some different items that you can customize like on what designs you want .Explore now!

What types of mugs can I use with a mug press?

What types of mugs can I use with a mug press?

What are the ideal temperature and time settings for using a mug press?

The ideal temperature and time settings for a mug press depend on the mug type and specific sublimation materials used, typically around 400°F (204°C) for 4-6 minutes. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions for precise settings and conduct test runs to fine-tune the process.

How long does it take to print on a mug?

If you take your mug to a print shop it will often only take a few hours to be printed. If you commission an online print company to print on your mug it will normally take 1-10 business days to be printed and delivered to you

Why is the Mug Press not heating up?

If the heat press is not heating up and the temperature on the screen is staying in the double digits the press is probably just reading the room temperature. The press' heating element has more than likely burned out.

Drawer Title
produits similaires