Glass & Ceramic Beer Steins

Pressing Instructions for Glass Beer Steins
(SKU 
22339G, 22337G, 22336G)

Stein with white patch (22339) - PDF Template for Adobe Photoshop
Stein with white patch (22339) - EPS Template for Corel Draw | Adobe Illustrator

Clear and Frosted steins (22337, 22336) - PDF Template for Adobe Photoshop
Clear and Frosted steins (22337, 22336) - EPS Template for Corel Draw | Adobe Illustrator

Mug Master Pro mug press

Idle Temperature: 300 F°
Pressing Temperature:
360 F°
Time:
280 seconds
Pressure:
 Medium

GeoKnight DK3

Pressing temperature: 380 F°
Time: 7 minutes
Pressure: Light/Medium

4-in-1 Mug Press

Pressing temperature: 360 F°
Time: 240 Seconds
Pressure: Medium/Firm

Pressing Instructions for Ceramic Beer Steins
(SKU 22338G)

PDF Template for Adobe Photoshop
EPS Template for Corel Draw | Adobe Illustrator

Mug Master Pro mug press

Idle Temperature: 300 F°
Pressing Temperature:
360 F°
Time:
280 seconds
Pressure:
 Medium

4-in-1 Mug Press

Pressing temperature: 360 F°
Time: 180-240 Seconds
Pressure: Medium/Firm

Sublimation Wrap

Pressing temperature: 400 F°
Time: 15 minutes

Mug Master Pro Heat Press Instructions:

  • Tape the sublimation paper with image printed in reverse to the stein with thermal tape.
  • When the heat press reaches the idle temperature of 300 F°, you will hear a beeping sound indicating that the machine is ready. Place the beer stein in the element and close it by pulling the handle towards you. 
  • Press the green, round button to begin the pressing cycle.Temperatures may drop which is normal. Once the temperature reaches 360F° the timer will begin counting down. 
  • Once the timer reaches 0, take out the stein from the press and remove the transfer paper immediately. Allow the mug to cool completely before use.

Sublimation Wrap Instructions:

  • Attach reversed printed image to beer stein with thermal tape
  • Wrap silicone wrap around mug surface and clasp at handle
  • Place in oven preheated to 400F for approximately 15 minutes (test to determine best timing!)
  • Afterwards, remove wrap and transfer immediately to end the sublimation process. 
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