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HPN™ Signature Series™ Automated Mug Cup Heat Press

Item# HPN-SIG-MUG
SALE Price: $239.95
List Price: $310.00
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The HPN Signature Series Mug Heat Press machine is a professional grade mug press designed to easily and efficiently heat transfer custom images onto standard mugs and water bottles. From small sized graphics such as names and logos to full wrap, edge to edge images the HPN Signature Series Mug Cup Heat Press delivers exceptionally high quality sublimation transfers every time. The thick, solid steel framework offers durability for full production use in any home or commercial environment while the state of the art digital computer gauge accurately displays and regulates time and temperature.

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What sets the HPN Signature Series Mug Heat Press apart from other mug presses is its high grade heating element. The heating coils built into the heat mat are dramatically thicker than industry standard, resulting in a significantly more even temperature distribution and longer life of the heating element. Designed for efficiency, the Signature Series heating elements conduct a very quick heat up process and distributes heat evenly while maintaining maximum heat retention with every press.

 

The HPN Signature Series Mug Cup Heat Press can accommodate 11 & 15 oz. standard mugs. The unmatched quality and affordability of the HPN Signature Series Mug Cup Heat Press Machine puts it in a class of its own. It is sure to become a favorite of business owners and heat transfer enthusiasts everywhere.

 

HeatPressNation.com provides FREE lifetime technical support for all of our heat press brands.

 

Specifications:

  • Accommodates 11, 15 oz. sublimation mugs 

  • Time Range: 0-255 Seconds

  • Temperature Range: 0° - 415° F

  • Electrical: 300W / 2.8A / 120V

  • Shipping Weight: 14 lbs

 

Features:
  • Full mesh Grade A heating element with complete wrap around and top-to-bottom coverage

  • 4-point pressure adjustment system

  • Steel frame construction

  • Dual display temperature and timer microprocessor gauge

  • Silicon padded shovel handle design

  • Automatic timer and alarm indicates completion of heat press cycle

  • Temperature stabilization system with precise temperature control

  • Scratch resistant paint

  • Replaceable heat-resistant silica gel sponge

Waranty information

HeatPressNation provides all of its customers a full and complete 1 year warranty from the original date of purchase. We carry all parts necessary to complete warranty service with the speed and efficiency that your business deserves. If parts and/or accessories are needed at any time during the warranty period, Heat Press Nation will send them to you at no charge upon receipt of the defective part. Once the warranty has ended, parts are available at market price.

Please note that the mug heating element is considered a consumable item, and is not covered under warranty. Heat Press Nation carries the replacement heating element if/when a replacement is needed.

Instructions

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Download the complete HPN Signature Series Instruction Guide here.

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Q: The defaults as set are 385 degrees F and 190 seconds. When I put in my mug the counter begins and the temperature rapidly drops . The temperature doesn't make it's way back up to 385 degrees until about 15 seconds or less left on the timer. My question is, is this totally fine and how it's supposed to operate or is it supposed to bake at 385 degrees for the whole 190 seconds. My mugs appear fine, but I don't know enough yet to understand if the are truly at their best or am I missing out on something. Please advise.

Posted On: 5/21/2018 By: George Skelton

A: Hello George, thank you for your question. The 385F for 190 is a benchmark we use here when mugs are tested. Depending on the temperature of your mugs due to your weather or storage, it may need to be tweaked slightly. When using the 385F, the temperature will normally drop to around 320F or lower and climb back up slowly as the ceramic on the mug is acclimating with the press. When using 190 seconds, you should normally see around 30 seconds left until the press has reached back up to 385F. As long as your mugs appear fine, your settings should be good overall. Just remember that blacks can look a bit dark green if under cooked or blacks can turn brown if it is overcooked. Also, overcooked mugs will turn the paper a little crispy and have a weird gritty texture on the surface on your mug.
Q: Can I use this for glasses (wine glasses, shot glasses, etc.)?

Posted On: 1/27/2018 By: J.C. Belle

A: Please be sure to check with the sublimation blank itself for heat accommodation. For example, if its a wine glass, please be sure to check and see if the wine glass is made for sublimation. Next, the supplier should provide which heating element will need to be used. For shot glasses, you will need our shot glass attachment and we recommend a sublimation shot glass that does not have a white patch. Rather it is sublimate able on the entire surface. The shot glasses with the white patch are only recommended with sublimation oven wraps and cooking it in an oven.
Q: Can you order the attachments for other sizes separately? I'm just starting out and would like an option to buy attachments at a later date, is that possible?

Posted On: 11/1/2016 By: Rebekah

A: Although it is recommended to get them as the time of purchase, separate and replacement attachments are available for purchase at a later date.
Q: Are sublimation printers and laser printers the same thing? Also I saw an ink jet printer, when I went online looking up sublimation printers, what does the inkjet printer have to do with sublimation? Do you have to have a "sublimation printer"? Or can you use a different kind of printer?

Posted On: 10/21/2016 By: DONNA WILLIAMS

A: Sublimation printing is far different than inkjet or laser printing. It is a liquid form of ink so it is vastly different from Laser which uses a toner. Sublimation process is where a solid form turns into a gas form and back into solid. This is so that you can transfer a full colored image onto a poly coated white substrate. When you refer to inkjet and laser, they don't have this property so they rely on a polymer film to actually adhere to. Sublimation is meant for applications such as mugs, plates, tiles, and many more. If you are looking to do sublimation on T-shirts, it is only compatible with 100% polyester and we recommend white for the best colors. As far as Inkjet and Laser goes, there are transfer papers available for them and some in "self weeding" types but they all require a polymer film in order to transfer onto a T-shirt so technically you can feel the transfer on the shirt whereas sublimation would have no feel at all.
Q: What is the difference in the papers that you feature but no the cup presses? (Textprint XPHR & Textprint R sublimation) I would like to order, but I don't know which one to order...and also, where can I find the printer and die to sublimate? Thank you

Posted On: 10/21/2016 By: DONNA WILLIAMS

A: The TexPrint R paper is strictly meant for gel based sublimation printers such as the Ricoh and Sawgrass Virtuoso brands. The TexPrint XPHR is for your water based Epson printers.

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