Has anyone successfully printed on 100% Ployester pot holders from Dollar Tree? if so could you share the settings with me please.
Unfortunately, I’ve never seen potholders from Dollar Tree.
Polyester has so many varieties that it’ll require some testing on your part. Luckily, there is another user on the forum who makes great tutorials with settings with all forms of polyester and other fabrics. I’ve linked a few down here, since each post has a different type of polyester along with her settings for each.
I would choose one with low power and high speed to test first, since polyester is man-made and apt to melt. Good luck.
No problem! I finally got around to doing another one just now on protecting your engraved fabric
Always happy to share any of the information/lessons learned I accumulate.
90% polyester scrubs I picked up at Costco. Settings were 1000 speed, 5 power, 450 LPI
Held up perfectly and does not washout.
Sew, when I go to my local fabric store, the girl that usually cuts the fabric knows me well and she always refers to me as ‘polyester queen’ (I didn’t pick that name, but I have a type when it comes to picking out fabrics).
First off, if you are scrolling through this post just to ‘find out what fleece settings are’, then you just will be your own downfall if results are not expected. No matter what, the golden rule for me is to know your material. Know that it is laser safe and then know what…
I don’t have a finished design yet but I wanted to go ahead and post the settings I found to work great with this velvet incase anyone wants to use it for Christmas stockings:
Settings I loved were 7 power, full speed, and 270 LPI. I also used a fabric stabilizer and would recommend that.
This is for a cape I am making for my grandma for Christmas. As I was working on it I received word that my Mimi had passed. So I will return ba…
Thank you so much for the info I really appreciate it.