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Can I use the envy 5546 to print transfers for t shirts?

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I am wanting to start an online boutique printing into dog clothing and matching adults t shirts etc. Can I use my own printer for this or will I need a new one. I have researched but just says I need an inkjet printer. J need to be able to print heat transfers 

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You can use your printer, but printing photos on an iron transfer paper consumes a lot of ink, you will not be able to print much, maybe 15 sheets with full ink cartridges. Not sure is your printer cost-effective.




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Is their a better printer that will be more cost effective? Currently we use the instant ink where we get sent new ink when we get low and only pay about £3each time  but we hardly use it. 

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If you are on an instant ink then go for it, you are paying instant ink service by page, not by ink consumed.

Don't forget to mirror the image before printing.




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