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 [[https://​nl.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Strijkijzer|Katoen:​ 204°C]], which is approximately the same as is needed for the transferring process: [[http://​agaprint.net/​groot-formaat-printers-lfp/​epson-textiel-sublimatie-printers/​|200°C for 30 to 60seconds]]. And because FilaFlex has a melting temperature of 240 to 245°C, I thought it would be without problems. ​ [[https://​nl.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Strijkijzer|Katoen:​ 204°C]], which is approximately the same as is needed for the transferring process: [[http://​agaprint.net/​groot-formaat-printers-lfp/​epson-textiel-sublimatie-printers/​|200°C for 30 to 60seconds]]. And because FilaFlex has a melting temperature of 240 to 245°C, I thought it would be without problems. ​
-As you can see on the lower corner the material has melted. Just like how at the same spot the paper sticked to the material. Maybe, I pressed down harder there then I did on the rest. +As you can see on the lower corner the material has melted. Just like how at the same spot the paper sticked to the material. Maybe, I pressed down harder there then I did on the rest. However, as you can see the sublimation worked best in that corner as well. So, I would like to try this experiment again with an heat-press (where the heat and pressure can be controlled)
  
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