Auplex Easy Operation Mini Small Heat Press Machine

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Portable and light weight, easy operation

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Auplex Mini Iron Easy Heat Press


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One of the best things of this Easy Heat Press
In fact, one of the best things about this is the size. It’s much smaller than a standard heat press, and it doesn’t take up any
extra space when you use it.
You simply lift the pad on to your fabric. Its lovely lightweight design means it can easily be carried to a different room, or taken to another place to use it.
It also doesn’t take up much space when you’re not using it, so you’re sure to find a place to store it in the home.
Is it really easy to use?
To use this press you simply set the temperature and leave it for a minute. Then choose the time needed to press and place it on top of your transfer. Press down and when the time is up, it will beep to let you know that your press is finished.

Your transfer should then be properly fixed so you can wash your item over and over again without it coming off.

The Easy Press opens the door to so many craft and business projects, including the use of glitters and foils, that you’ll wonder how you managed without one, so let’s look at some of the features in a bit more detail.
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Auplex Easy Heat Press or Traditional Heat Press
Which is right for you?
We often get the question: “I am trying to decide what to buy, a Auplex EasyPress or a traditional heat press. What is the difference?”

Let’s start with similarities.
If you love working with iron-on (also known as Heat Transfer Vinyl or HTV), or if your next must-have for your craft room is some kind of press, both EasyPress and heat presses deliver professional results.
Here’s how:
* Both heat up to at least 400-degrees Fahrenheit, making it possible to work on a wide range of iron-on applications
* Both have edge-to-edge even heating across their respective heat plates
* Both are steam free (there are no holes in the heat plate; crucial for iron-on success)
* Both have exact temperature controls and timers, so you know how long to press

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