Shirts: Tips on Avoiding Permanent Heat Press MarksUsing a George Knight? DK20S? Heat Press, Cond?'s David Gross demonstrates the procedures for applying dye sublimation transfers and avoiding permanent press crease marks on your finished goods. The transfers are created using a Ricoh? GX7000 printer with Sawgrass? SubliJet-R? sublimation inks on TexPrint-R? Sublimation Paper, with a George Knight? heat press. All products are available from conde.com, including the George Knight? DK20S? heat press used in the demo.