F2C Heat Press Reviews : and Buying Guide 2019

Introduction:

Along with this machine, you can make a fresh start of your DIY experience regarding the application of colors and logos over flat surfaces.
This F2C Black Digital Clams hell Heat Press Transfer T-shirt Sublimation Machine is suitable for every common fabrics and material. 

Not to mention, the effective heat transferred printing lasts long enough over the surface of your favorite objects without a doubt.

Why Choosing This Press?

It comes with numerous outstanding and useful features to deliver quality output. Among many others, most convenient features are listed here –

Features:

Construction: With industrial grade strength and durability, it lasts long enough against intense heat and pressure. The heating plate of aluminum also provides an even distribution of heat transfer alongside the pressure.

Plate Size: Despite it comes with fewer features, it has the standard size plate measuring 15” x 15” for the heating surface. This much area holds enough to heat up your T-shirt, mug and even hat/caps without raising any particular problem.

Time & Temperature: the operational temperature for the machine range about 0 – 400 F whereas the timer control offers a reasonable and standard 0 – 999 secs range. But the aluminum plate can withstand a temperature of 250°C all along.

On board Control: There comes on board display regarding the proper control to customize the operating time alongside the heating temperature.
The convenient and visible LCD display helps to monitor and influence the output quality with precision.

Adjustment: Apart from others, there are some adjustments available for controlling the pressure with comfort. Of course, the included built-in rotating knob induces pressure change for the full-range during the operation.

Basic Information:

Plate Size (inches): 15 x 15

Temperature Range (F): 0 – 400

Swinging Arm: NO

What We Liked

  • Wider compatibility for materials.
  • Versatile facility for customization.
  • Efficient operation and monitoring.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Heating is not very consistent.
Mark Taylor
 

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