Direct Subli-flock Transfer Paper
Direct Inkjet Subli-Flock Transfer Paper HTF-300
Direct Subli-Flock Inkjet Transfer Paper can be printed by all inkjet printers with sublimation ink, or water based dye ink, pigment ink, and then transferred onto dark or light colored 100% cotton fabric, cotton/polyester blend, 100%polyester, cotton/spandex blend, cotton/nylon etc. by a regular household iron or heat press machine. Decorate fabric with photos in minutes. after transferring, get great durability with image retaining color, wash-after-wash.
■ Bright colors and washable.
■ Flocking surface texture.
■ It can print and transferred a variety of fabrics, such as 100% cotton, polyester-cotton blends, etc.
■ Transferred by heat press machine, or home iron.
HTF-300 Direct Sublimation Flock Printed by Epson L 805 with sublimation ink, or other kinds of inkjet printers with sublimation ink, and then Cutting by desk vinyl cutting plotter, such as Cricut, Cameo4, Panda mini cutter, Brother ScanNcut, Transferred onto 100% cotton T-shirts by Heat press machine, or by home iron-on. if you will use the Silhouette CAMEO4 , the cutter Length of tip:9, and pressure :1
It can be printed by all kinds of inkjet printers with sublimation ink, or normal ink such as : Epson Stylus Photo 1390, R270, R230, L805 etc.
a. Prepare a stable, heat-resistant surface suitable for ironing on.
b. Preheat the iron to the wool setting. Do not use the steam function
c. Briefly iron the fabric to ensure that it is completely smooth
d. Put transfer paper into inkjet printer for printing with coated side up, After drying for several minutes.
e. The printed image will be cut off by a cutting tool, and the coated side of the image will be kept at about 0.5cm to prevent the ink from seeping and staining the clothes.
f. Peel the image line off from the backing paper gently by hand, place the image line face upwards on the target fabric, then cover a greaseproof paper on the surface of the image,Now, you can iron the greaseproof paper thoroughly from left to right and up to down.
g. When moving the iron, less pressure should be given. Don’t forget the corners and edges
h. Continue ironing until you have completely traced the sides of the image. This entire process should take about 60-70 seconds for an 8”x 10” image surface
i. After ironing, then cooling for about several minutes, Peel the grease proof paper starting at the corner
j. Please keep the grease proof paper if there are no residual inks, It is possible to use the same the grease proof paper five times or more.
7.Heat press transferring
1). Setting a heat press at 165°C for 25 seconds using moderate pressure.
2). Briefly heat the fabric for 5 second to ensure that it is completely smooth.
3). Leave the printed image to dry for approx.5 minutes, cut out the motif without leaving a margin around the edges. Peel the image line off from the backing paper gently by hand.
4). Place the image line facing upwards onto the target fabric
5). Place the grease proof paper onto it.
6). After transferring for 25seonds, then cooling for about several minutes,Peel the grease proof paper starting at the corner.
Wash inside out in COLD WATER. DO NOT USE BLEACH. Place into the dryer or do hang to dry immediately. Please do not stretch the image transferred or the T-shirt as this may cause cracking to occur, If cracking or wrinkling does occur, please place a sheet of greasy proof paper over the transfer and heat press or iron for a few seconds making sure to press firmly over the entire transfer again.Please remember to not iron directly on the image surface.
Material Handling & Storage: conditions of 35-65% Relative Humidity and at a temperature of 10-30°C.Storage of open packages: When an open packages of media is not being used remove the roll or sheets from the printer cover the roll or sheets with a plastic bag to protect it from contaminants, if you are storing it on end, use an end plug and tape down the edge to prevent damage to the edge of the roll do not lay sharp or heavy objects on unprotected rolls and do not stack them.