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Inkjet printable Heat transfer vinyl

Discussion in 'Roland' started by phototec, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    What is the best inkjet printable Heat transfer vinyl to use on a Roland SP540V using Eco-Sol ink :help


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  2. SignProPlus-Chip

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    Therma-Flex Colorprint is pretty darn good stuff. If applied properly it can wear better than silk screening.
     
  3. Farmboy

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    Solutions Opaque from Imprintables Warehouse
     
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    For darks go with Eco-Print and for lights/whites go with Solutions Clear both from Imprintables.
     
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  7. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    BUMP

    Anymore suggestions, ideas, thoughts, etc?

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    As mentioned, Stahl's express is great stuff. We did a run of 50 with the FDC and 50 with Stahl's for tbe same people and they didn't like the FDC. Much thicker and not as stretchable.
     
  9. ironchef

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    Thumbs up for imprintables
     
  10. Mike_Koval

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    Hi All - put of my product line i would recommend the following materials...thanks for the plugs as well

    Eco-Print - Thin, very easy to use, excellent print quality and durability, matte finish. Every day use for colored cottons and poly/cotton blends

    Solutions Opaque - Nylon, leathers, performance wear, spandex, lycra and the like. Extremely thin with a high stretch and rebound. Not the easiest to work with fine detail or small text.

    Solutions Clear - ANYTHING white.
     
  11. ironchef

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    I wish imprintables.com wouldnt habe their prices on display to the public like that, they should be a trade only company. Atleast put the prices when you log in. And ask for a freaking resellers tax cert.
     
  12. dsd7

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    any thoughts on the Siser PU stuff?
     
  13. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    Ok, I agree the heat transfer needs to be applied properly, what is your recommendations for applying properly?

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