Flex is excellent for textile heat transferring as it is highly flexible and tender with exceptional elongation and perfectly adhests to the textile with cracking-free capability. This film shows you how to heat-transfer an image on Flex to a T-shirt. A GCC Cutting Plotter, an Eco-Solvent Printer, a Heat Press Machine and some Flex is all you need to complete a customized T-shirt full of fun and creativity.
Create an image with a contour line and registration marks on CorelDraw/ Illustrator and print it out on a heat transfer printable flex by an eco-solvent printer.
Cut your image using a GCC cutting plotter.
Step 3. Firmly fix the printable flex on the heat transfer backing and remove the backing.
Step 4. Place a Teflon sheet over the T-shirt and press the heat transfer backing with the printed image on the T-shirt using a heat press machine at 150℃ for 15 seconds.
Now you have a customized T-shirt for yourself, or friends and families.
|Heat transfer temperature||130°C|
|Heat transfer time||15|