Fabric paint dries soft and flexible so that the finished design will not crumble or crack. The paint can be sponged, stenciled, stamped or brushed on your fabrics and is opaque and machine washable.Learn more
The Silhouette CAMEO® is the ultimate DIY machine. It uses a small blade to cut over 100 materials, including paper, cardstock, vinyl, and fabric up to 12 in. wide.Learn more
15-by-15-inch industrial-quality digital heat press. Ideal for applying transfers, letters, numbers, and images on t-shirts, garments, bags, mouse mats, jigsaw puzzles, ID bages, ceramic tiles, and other items.Learn more
What kinds of things can I make using the EDGE Lab Heat Press?
The heat press can be used to apply heat transfers or heat transfer vinyl (HTV) to t-shirts, other cotton or polyester clothing, or canvas bags.
Can anyone use the heat press?
Before you can use the heat press, you must attend an orientation, workshop, or tutorial that covers the different types of transfers and proper use of the equipment.
You can also choose to complete the “Silhouette & Heat Press” Digital Badge, which allows you to use the Silhouette, the t-shirt press, and gets you some free supplies.
How much does it cost to use the heat press?
There is no cost to use the heat press itself. However, you will need to supply your own t-shirt(s). The cost to purchase transfer paper is below:
- Half-sheet vinyl heat transfer: $1.50
- Full-sheet vinyl heat transfer: $3.00
- Ink jet transfer: $3.00
What size transfers can I use?
The press is 15″ X 15″, but you should not try using any transfers larger than 14″ X 14.”
What kinds of transfers can I use?
You can use heat transfer vinyl (HTV) (which you can cut on the Silhouette Cameo 3), or inkjet transfers, which can be printed on the EDGE Lab’s Epson C88+ printer.