"Transfer sheets are done via silk screening. You can do them yourself with supplies bought at michaels. It gets a bit indepth if you want to do multiple colours because each colour is on a new silk screen that is overlaid on the clear sheet.…"
"If you search these forums you'll find a lot of information about the printers that are out there. The options are fairly limited, and from what I've heard the software that's designed to help you do the layout isn't that great.…"
I have used that ink for cookies. From what I have seen the Canon works with the ink that is used with the cookie sugar sheets. It doesn't need to be temperature controlled.
It is all very frustrating. I am going to talk to some…"
I am really interested in finding a printer that does this too, as I find a lot of transfer sheet designs and kind of boring and outdated. I have heard that you can get cocoa butter ink/edible ink for certain canon printers…"
I deal with Qzina out of NJ for all of my chocolate among other things, they have a large variety and prices are very reasonable too. If you order early enough in the day the will have it shipped to you by the next day. Their shipping always includes ice packs in the warmer months, so it's not necessary to purchase them separately of have to worry about melting.
I have been in business for almost a year and a half and have never had a problem with them.
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