Heat Press - Equipment at MADE Makerspace in St. Louis
16” x 20” bed, 205° – 420°F
Basics of Screen Printing, Expert Check-off: Screen Printing
Screen Printing
Textiles, Wood, Paper

A heat press consists of a hot plate that clamps down over a printing platten. It allows you to transfer images onto anything from t-shirts to tote bags. You can use it with heat transfer vinyl, iron-on transfers, and appliqués. It works like an iron, except with much more consistent heat and pressure over a larger area, giving you higher quality results. Use it in conjunction with MADE’s vinyl cutter to make custom appliques or transfers onto t-shirts, tote bags, and other fabrics.

Learn how to use MADE’s heat press in a screen printing training session, find out more here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does MADE sell heat transfer vinyl?

MADE stockes one color of heat transfer vinyl, available for purchase by the foot in retail.

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