Do you have a heat press machine, or are you "MacGyver-ing" it with a regular iron?Parts update:
My starter sprag finally arrived on Wednesday. That was the last of the parts I needed. The oil pressure switch arrived in about 2 days from Amazon.
Also ordered some heat transfer vinyl to do up a custom Ducati t-shirt. I have plenty here but I’m doing a retro logo on it from 1960s
I wanted to use something a little more 60s ish than crisp 2020 looking vinyl. All of that arrived yesterday so hopefully, I’ll have the shirt done by Sunday and project 900SS ready to start with a new sprag by tomorrow afternoon.
More later when I have something to share
Look forward to seeing oyrur shirt. When my wife had her own graphics business we bought a Roland CAMM-1 cutter. Entry level professional 24" cutter. Still have it. Amazing machine. I looked at the heat transfer stuff, but it can rapidly get expensive.I bought all the necessary stuff to do all manner of heat transfer “stuff”
We bought a Cricut Maker to cut the vinyl and a random heat press that had good ratings on Amazon.
I’ve experimented with a few shirts already to get the process for multi layer designs down.
My first one came out stellar so I decided to try a more intricate one for this design.
I’ll post a pic of the first one here in a bit
The CAMM-1 takes plain vinyl sheet. Feed is friction, via rubber roller wheels and a rough-texture metal feed bar. I have plenty of the exterior and interior (wall) vinyl, good for making those interior graphics and the graphics you see on car rear windows.We use Cricut and Seiser products and we don’t buy bulk so it stays reasonable.
I imagine the CAMM-1 requires the toothed type feed vinyl which is much more expensive.
The Cricut and Seiser vinyl is for the home hobby user rather than commercial type machines.
A small roll will only set you back around $9 if you catch them on sale. $20 or so at other times.
All the special colors I ordered for this project only set me back $20 shipping included