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Coral Plate Press Instructions

Coral Plate Press


The Coral Plate Press transfers colorful photos and words onto plates in an astounding, crisp final image, providing you an easy solution to your promotional or gift ideas.





  1. Your first step is to set the right amount of pressure, based on your plate’s size and thickness, by rotating the pressure adjust device. Be careful not to set the pressure too tight, as this will damage your plate.
  2. Next, turn the power on and set the time to 100 seconds, and the temperature to 160° Celsius.
  3. Print your image with a sublimation printer and paper. Cut the paper and attach it to the plate using heat tape.
  4. Once the paper is applied onto your plate, place the plate onto the mat, and press down the handle, securing the plate onto the heating mat.
  5. The machine will sound once your designated time is reached. Wait for about 30 seconds before removing the plate from the press. Once removed, peel off the paper. Note – if you find it difficult to remove the paper, try submerging the plate into lukewarm water for 30 seconds.
  6. Please remember to turn off the unit after each pressing and never heat the mat without a plate.  A good option is to use a spare plate to preheat the blanket, or to use between pressing, in order to avoid causing the blanket to burn out.



Potential problems with the Coral Plate Press, and their solutions


  1. The machine is not working.

This is likely an issue with your power supply or the fuse inside the machine.

  1. The heating board is not working.

There may be an issue with the clock, or the heating mat itself.

  1. The alarm does not sound.

This is either an issue with the clock or the time switch.



Potential problems with the transfer result, and their solutions


  1. Your transfer is too light.

The timer was likely set too short. Add more time to the transfer process.

  1. The image is brown or burned.

This is typically the result of the time being set too long, causing the ink to diffuse. Reduce the time of your transfer process.

  1. Only some parts of the image are light.

Either there wasn’t enough pressure on the plate, or the coating of the plate is uneven. You have two options here. You can add more pressure, or, if that does not solve the issue, you should change plates.

  1. Only parts of the image are faint.

This is typically a result of a uneven pressure ,please use a rubber sheet under the plate or 2-3 mousemat to prevent plates from breaking and increase the pressure

  1. The paper is stuck on the plate.

This is normally a result of too much heating time, or a result of coating that isn’t dry. Reduce the time and/or temperature of the machine and change plates.


Setting up time and temperature


Below is a step-by-step breakdown of how to set up the temperature and time on the Press:


  1. Turn the power on.




  1. Press the OK button to display P-1. Adjust the temperature to your desired level.



Note – you can choose between Celsius and Fahrenheit by pressing, and holding down, the OK button.




  1. Once you’ve set the temperature, press OK again to display P-2. You can now adjust the time to your desired length.



  1. Once the time is set, press OK once more to finish the setting. When the machine is closed the timer will automatically begin. There is no need to hit ENTER.




Thank you for purchasing the Coral Plate Press from Coralgraph. We’re sure you’ll be happy with the ease of your product as well as its performance. If, however, you have any questions or concerns, contact us directly and we’ll be happy to provide you the needed support.



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