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  1. Start by taking the silver hoop off by pressing down on the top and bottom of the shirt holder. The hoop will unclick and you'll be able to pull it off.
    • Start by taking the silver hoop off by pressing down on the top and bottom of the shirt holder.

    • The hoop will unclick and you'll be able to pull it off.

  2. Take a shirt and lay it on top of the shirt holder.
    • Take a shirt and lay it on top of the shirt holder.

  3. The collar should lay right underneath the top portion of the shirt holder.
    • The collar should lay right underneath the top portion of the shirt holder.

  4. Tuck the excess shirt material into the space between the top and bottom portions of the shirt holder.
    • Tuck the excess shirt material into the space between the top and bottom portions of the shirt holder.

  5. If necessary, use your hands to smooth down the shirt, going only in one direction.
    • If necessary, use your hands to smooth down the shirt, going only in one direction.

  6. Put the hoop back on the shirt holder.
    • Put the hoop back on the shirt holder.

  7. Press down on the top and bottom of the silver hoop.
    • Press down on the top and bottom of the silver hoop.

    • Once you let go, you will see that the hoop is latched in place.

  8. Push the shirt board into the printer with the collar facing you. Stop pushing in the shirt holder when you hear a beep.
    • Push the shirt board into the printer with the collar facing you.

    • Stop pushing in the shirt holder when you hear a beep.

  9. Once you've heard the beep, press the silver button on the top right portion of the Veloci-T.
    • Once you've heard the beep, press the silver button on the top right portion of the Veloci-T.

    • Now you're ready to print. If you have artwork already set up in the RIP, just press the Print button on your computer.

  10. One further note:
    • One further note:

    • The squares along the sides of the silver hoop act like springs -- they help to flatten the shirt when they're pushed in.

    • We recommend pushing these squares in just a little bit, a fraction of an inch.

    • Start off pushing in every square about 1/16 of an inch as a general guideline.

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