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Re: B&W xerox transfer



I agree that the fusers in many copiers work at much higher temps than
house hold irons are capable of producing.  If one has access to a heat
press, the kind used for T-shirt appliques, this might be more
successful.

Ken

R Starr wrote:
> However, toners vary in terms of the amount of heat that it takes to
> fuse them.  The HP laser printers work at a lower temperature than
> most commercial copiers.  Thus, it may be the case that the fusing
> temperature on the Kinkos machine was too high to iron off with a
> regular iron.


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