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What material do you use for Latex Heat transfer?

Discussion in 'Printwear' started by ddarlak, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. I tried a search of this here, but seems like the search function just returns random threads with nothing to do with your search......

    anyway, what material works for the HP 25500 latex for heat transfer?

    Thx!

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  2. Mike_Koval

    Mike_Koval Active Member

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    our quick print and our Eco-Print will work or you...let me know if you would like to try it out.
     
  3. could you send me a sample?
     
  4. Mike_Koval

    Mike_Koval Active Member

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    sure...you can email or PM me your address.
     
  5. houseofgrafix

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    I use the rtape flexprint tatoo and love it so far.

    You can get it from fellers for 126.00 for 19.5 x 20ft

    There is no wait time to dry and as soon as it comes off the printer I premask and press it.

    I do a lot of soccer jerseys and they work great!


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  6. dj_elite

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    I know this is an old thread, but maybe someone will know. I just recently purchased some Rtape Flexprint Tatoo and cannot for the life of me get the product to peel off with the transfer tape. I got the high tack adhesive transfer tape made for the Tatoo material and it still doesn't want to come off the backing paper. Any tricks for doing this? I used to have the same problem with the old Roland Print Heat transfer material and gave up making shirts a while back. I heard good things about the Tatoo material so I figured I would give it another try. Now I'm having the same problems I had in the past with the Roland material.
     
  7. Split76

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    I use Chemica easyprint and easyprint sir (sublistop). Works great with latex.

    "Easyprint 1702 is a printable flex white matte PVC media for use on eco- and true-solvent printers for heat transfer applications. Hewlett Packard and Chemica have developed a partnership to test the textile application purpose; Easyprint has been approved for Latex inks printing. Suitable for cotton, polyester, acrylic, and similar fibers."

    for the Rtape problem, sometimes when I have too much pressure in cutter, peeling is impossible..

    Riku
     
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