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FS: Heat Press / Mug Press / Sublimation Ink / Sublimation Paper - £200.00 The Lot

Simon_G Avatar
7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month agoFeedback:312 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
I have for sale the following:

Red Devils Heat Transfer Machine, A3 platter size - 450mm x 380mm, several temperature settings. One of the older machines but in full working order, UK made, no noticeable dead spots on the platter which you might find with the newer machines.

Shuzailb DF-180 Digital Mug Press, bought in July 2009 from Simply Sublimation, used to test then put back in its box. Complete with manual.

Rotech Sublimation Ink x 4 - 100mm + of Cyan, Magenta and Yellow, 50mm+ Black - Supplied in bottles, ready to be injected into you own CISS. Was used in a D20 CISS but the printer head dried out and I decided to get rid of everything hence the reason the ink comes in its own bottles. (this is not in the picture but will be included)

Heat tape - for use with transfer paper and mug press

6 blank sublimation mugs - ready to be used in the mug press

90+ sheets of A4 sublimation paper

Collection preferred from East London, or can deliver in the London area for the cost of petrol.
Simon_G Avatar
7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month agoFeedback:312 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative

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[COLOR="Red"]Thats £200 collected from East London for the lot, or I can deliver in the London area for the cost of Petrol.[/COLOR]



I used to print and sell mugs on eBay, sold hundreds of them. Great little earner as you're looking at well over 100% profit.

A tip to anyone thinking of buying this and selling on eBay, I found the best thing to sell is mugs with old subjects on like The Wombles, Thundercats, He--Man, Blue Peter. These used to sell by the dozens because there's loads of older generation followers out there. Also, none mainstream bands. They have lots of followers, but usually don't have merchandise that people can collect. I used to do for Badly Drawn Boy, Doves, Elbow etc. Hitting bigger bands and you'll find there's already a dozen people selling them already.

I used to also sell to local football teams and also a Le Mans 24 hour race team called Creation. Once people find out you can produce these types of items, as long as you keep your prices competitive they'll come to you instead of the big rip-off companies.

Shame it's so near to Christmas because another good seller was Christmas mugs for companies. You put a nice Christmas design on one side and offer the companies logo on the other side!!

Another company mug to offer is personalised ones where the mug has the company logo on one side and on the other the persons name and the way they have their cup of tea or coffee, eg "Joe Bloggs, Coffee, White, 2 Sugars". People loved these and it ment everyone used their own cup as well!!

The price Simon_G is selling this for is excellent. I got more for my heat press on it's own on eBay. [COLOR="Red"]BARGAIN[/COLOR]!!!
This is a great price for this kit and it will sell for far more on ebay.

Just a word of warning if your thinking along Stefor's lines..... there can be very very large penalties in doing what stefor did if you don't have the rights to produce the specific items
Bump :)

Have extended this until 10PM at which time I will shove it up on Ebay as a Buy It Now for enough so I clear £200 after fees :)

Just to add that the heat press is worth over £150, the mug press worth over £100 with the mugs etc, the ink is worth over £150 on its own so there is well over £400 worth of stuff here, and all I want is £200 all in.
Not had a chance to put this on ebay yet, so will give this one last bump before it goes on tomorrow.
Third and final bump :) Living in hope here! lol
Im interested in the mugs, but how would I go about making them etc? is there a video on you tube etc? and how much would costs be for mugs etc?

Hi mike,

To print a mug you need the following...

A mug press
Sublimation Paper
Sublimation Ink
A printer with a CISS system
A Mug press.

Basically, you print your image onto the sublimation paper with the sublimation ink (this wont work with normal ink), then take the paper, wrap it around the blank mug (these are special mugs, you cant just use normal mugs) and then put the mug into the mug press for s certain amount of time. What you are left with is a mug with a picture on it (any picture) which is dishwasher and microwave proof.

Blank mugs are around the £1 mark delivered, but then you need a printer with a CISS that will take sublimation ink, like an Epson D120 or similar which will cost you £60 or so and a CISS which will cost you about £30. I am including 100ml or so of the 4 colours of sublimation ink. Additional ink can b e bought from several places for around £50 per 125ml per EACH ink, so a full set of 125ml of ink for the four colours costs around the £200 mark.

I am offering the mug press worth £100 or so, the ink worth £150+, the paper worth £10, and a few mugs worth £5. You will still need to buy a printer at around £60 or so and a CISS at around £30, so you are still looking at £100 on top of this setup.

For £200 I am also throwing in a heat press too so you can print much more than just mugs. It usues the same premise as the mugs, just needing blank polyester tshirts, jumpers, aprons, jigsaws, metal business cards etc etc. They all use the same sublimation ink as the mugs do.

There are plenty of videos on Youtube if you have a butchers
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