Plastic 11 oz Coffee Mugs

Pressing instructions for plastic 11 oz. coffee mugs:

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Note: Be sure to use the aluminum insert so that the mug does not lose shape due to the heat!

Mug Master Pro mug press

Idle Temperature: 230 F°
Pressing Temperature:
330 F°
Time:
90 seconds
Pressure:
 Medium

GeoKnight DK3

Pressing temperature: 390 F°
Time: 4 minutes
Pressure: Light/Medium

Sublimation Wrap

Not compatible.

Mug Master Pro Instructions:

  1. Attach sublimation transfer paper with image printed in reverse to the mug with thermal tape. 
  2. Place mug in heat press on its side at the idle temperature of 230F and close the element with medium pressure around the side.
  3. Press the green PLAY button to begin the pressing cycle.
  4. Once done, remove the mug from the press and remove the transfer paper immediately.
  5. Allow to cool completely before use or packaging.

GeoKnight DK3 Instructions:

  1. Attach sublimation transfer paper with image printed in reverse to the mug with thermal tape.
  2. Place mug in heat press at the pressing temperature of 390F, and close the element firmly around the mug. If the mug handle is touching the metal of the mug press, then it is too tight.
  3. Press mug for about 4 minutes using medium pressure.
  4. Once done, remove the mug from the press and remove the transfer paper immediately. You may submerge in room temperature water or allow to cool in front of a fan to prevent the image from bleeding.
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