Stampinator Settings for Automated DTF and Supa Color Transfers at 500 and hour
How to optimize you screen printing press and Stampinator platens and settings to max out production for DTF or SupaColor transfers.
How to Easily Fix Pin Holes in your Screen, Stampinator Studio Tech Tip
Learn more and find out how you can take classes from Jeff to Make Your Prints Better and Automate Your Transfers.
How to Clean the Teflon Sheet on the Stampinator
If you have leftover ink on your teflon sheet, your ink is either over or under cured. This video shows how to clean the teflon sheet if this happens.
Optimizing Heat Transfer Rubber Platen Toppers for Supa Color Transfers
This video shows you how to install the black rubber platen toppers on your platens to achieve the best results with Supa Color transfers.
Pre-Stamping the Garment for Better Results With The Stampinator
One of the best features of the Stampinator is its ability to matte down the fibers of the garment before the first layer of ink is printed!
Using the Stampinator with Craft Paper as a Flash for a Matte Finish
Using the Stampinator for the final cure can make your prints look glossy, which is not typically desirable. Using Craft Paper with the final cure will give it a matte finish that nobody will forget.
How to use the Green Rubber With The Stampinator
If you are wanting to print over the seams of a garment, this is how the green rubber can help make these prints look better.
How To Change The Teflon on Your Stampinator
Teflon is one of the secret weapons on https://stampinator.com but it is a consumable or wearable part. In this video Jeff shows how to simply change the Teflon when it gets to the wear point or rips.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the stampinator compatible with my press?
The Stampinator is compatible with Roq, M&R, Workhorse, Tas, Anatol, and MHM automatic presses.
What type of substrates can I cure?
Foil, rhinestones, vinyl, stamps, plastisol ink, and waterbased ink.
Can I use the stampinator on a manual press?
No. The stampinator is designed for an automatic press.
How often will I have to replace the teflon sheet?
As long as the teflon does not rip, it should last several years.
Can I use the Stampinator as a flash dryer?
Absolutely. The typical time it takes to flash is 2-3 seconds.
I am using my Stampinator for the first time and it is smoking a little. Is this normal?
Yes, the heating element is burning off dust and debris from the heating element that has accumulated during the storage, packing, and shipping process.
What if I want to return my Stampinator?
We have a 60 day satisfaction guarantee. See more details here.
What is the warranty on the product?
There is a two year warranty on the platen, and a one year warranty on the machine.
Is there aftermarket support on the Stampinator?
Yes, we have a robust support system to assist you in assembly and production for the machine.
Do I need a special platen or can I use a standard aluminum platen?
An aluminum platen along with heat conductive rubber below the print area is required to use the Stampinator.