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Put an end to your heat printing anxiety with these helpful hints on positioning a left chest logo. StahlsTV has hundreds of how-to videos to help with just about ANY heat printing situation.

Put an end to your heat printing anxiety with these helpful hints on positioning a left chest logo. StahlsTV has hundreds of how-to videos to help with just about ANY heat printing situation.

No matter how many times you have used a heat press, there is always that “moment of truth” when you have to close the press after finally positioning your logo. There are dozens of different methods for ensuring proper positioning. Some use rulers, some use the tag trick, some use good old “eyeballs.” The more experience you have, the less anxiety you feel about getting the logo in the right spot. But if you are new to heat printing or if you still worry, here is a video from StahlsTV that explains how to get the logo “just right” when you are heat printing a left chest logo.

2 comments to How To Position Logos on Shirts

  • Dale Osman

    Clear is always easy to see,
    But how about goof proof transfers specially when you have to cut the transfers with a heart and large size on the same gang sheet.
    The image is not always line up with the grid lines from you folks.
    It would be nice to see you folks cut multiply sizes from the gang sheet and match them up for installing on the garment to come out perfect every time.

    Thanks

  • Ted

    Dale, Thanks for reading and commenting. Yes, this can be a problem but there are other ways to line up transfers. You can easily use the collar of a shirt and the armpit to figure out where to line up your left chest or your full front. We’ve got a great, quick video that shows you how to do this, which I will post in the near future. Transfer Express also did a full webinar on this topic, which I will post in the near future. By using these methods, you don’t need to rely on the gridlines on the back of the paper.

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