kcinnick Posted February 20, 2022 Share Posted February 20, 2022 So I have had a dye sublimation set up for years and the lack of the ability to lay down white under the color has been a draw back. I don't print professionally so I really didn't keep up with the different technologies. I was going to do a pretty decent dye sublimation order and I discovered DTF and I have a few questions. Is the XP 15000 good enough to use as a 13X9 printer for a hobby printer. I like that the carts can be swapped with cleaning carts and the printer put up "clean" I see people say the shake their white ink daily, does the bottle in storage need that much attention? I can just throw the cartridge on a tube rocker on a timer... a bottle might be a little much for a tube rocker. I have seen people curing the glue on their heat press just leaving it open, I have a 16X20 Geo knight press, is this method reliable to set the glue or should I get an oven for it? I have gotten my Dye Sub supplies from Cobra for years, but I see people here referencing DTFsuperstore or direct from China. I have imported stuff from China, but I don't think I want to do this with DTF supplies, especially at the quantities I would use. Has anyone used Cobra? For software, obviously I don't want to spend a few hundred dollars for a hobby, can Gutenrip do everything I need? Is there another free/cheap option? I see references to old versions of Acrorip but I haven't seen anything cheaper than a few hundred bucks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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