So what is the easy press mini?
The Mini but Mighty EasyPress features the same corner-to-corner heating style that the larger EasyPresses have; however, there are some differences. The Mini features one push button with three heat settings — Low, Medium, and High. Unlike the larger EasyPress that you just place on your item, with the Mini you are encouraged to move it around as you iron-on your vinyl project so that you don’t have any creases.
What Does it Not Have?
The one thing I miss with the Mini but Mighty EasyPress is the timer option and actually seeing the temperature setting number. The timer is such a convenience and and the actual temperature data is just for comfort so that I know I’m using the right temperature depending on the project.
What Temperature Should I Use?
Cricut has recommendations for time and temperature uses per setting. Below are some guidelines but for more precise settings for each type of materials, view this Heat Transfer Guide.
Low – Use with sensitive base materials or heat-transfer materials that transfer between 255°F (125°C) – 295°F (145°C)
Medium – Use with most base materials or heat-transfer materials that transfer between 300°F (150°C) – 355°F (180°C)
High – Use with Infusible Ink materials, heavy-duty base materials, and other heat-transfer materials that transfer between 360°F (185°C) – 400°F (205°C)
How does it work, here’s my first time using it to customize Christmas Stockings.
As always, love what you do and do what you love. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
Personalized Christmas Stockings with Cricut