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Digital Heat Transfers

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by Victorian Signs, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. Victorian Signs

    Victorian Signs Member

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    does anyone have a good profile choice for digitally printed heat transfer material, I am using Sojar material, Roland XC-540 printer, :thankyou:thanks for the help...........
     
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  2. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    I use a Gloss Vinyl Profile. Vaccum high, print in high quality ( 720x720) uni-directional so the ink can be absorbed. Set the heaters to 35 deg C (95 deg F) Dryer OFF. Use a low ink limit. I use 65/130 for my ink limits with my RIP.
     
  3. Mosh

    Mosh Major Contributor

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    That stuff feels like a big vinyl patch on a shirt.
     
  4. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    Sojar material is as good as ColorPrint Solvent 2160. Contour cut what you don't want for a better feel. It is also very stretchy.
     
  5. ProColorGraphics

    ProColorGraphics Very Active Member

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    That is what I used to use until I tried the Solutions Opaque material from Mike at imprintables warehouse!! That stuff is way better in my opinion. I print with the "premium cast vinyl" profile in standard, uni-directional print mode.
     
  6. synergy_jim

    synergy_jim Very Active Member

    I like the imprintables stuff also. Mike has a good product.
     
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