Troubleshooting for Contamination

Issue

Lint and/or broken filaments contaminate the fabric or heat press/calender by lying on the surface, which inhibits ink from gasing onto the fabric and causes a white spot.

Why does contamination occur?

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Lint and/or broken filaments on the surface of fabric or heat press/calender blanket is a common occurrence, especially if heat press/ calenders are in close proximity to cutting, sewing, or finishing equipment.

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Though rare, contamination can happen at mill stage.

Quick Fixes

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The best practice for removing lint and debris is to take a compressed air hose and blow the lint from the heat press/calender and fabric prior to transfer.

CONTAMINATION IS A COMMON PROBLEM AND CAN BE SOLVED BY USING AN AIR COMPRESSOR.
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