HEAT TRANSFER PAPER FOR HARD SURFACES
Heat Transfer Paper for best use on Hard Surfaces
JET-TRANS® Silver (9805P0) Heat Transfer Paper is designed for home and craft using a hand iron. It is designed to have a wide window of application temperatures and pressures. Print with an inkjet printer using a reversed/mirrored image, place face down on the garment and hand iron. It fuses easily to the fabric by ironing for 3 minutes with heavy pressure. It is peeled cold. Can be cut with a craft cutter. For hard surfaces the suggested starting point is 375°F at 25 seconds using heavy pressure.
PHOTO-TRANS® SC (0908P0) Heat Transfer Paper is made for many substrates, including wood and leather. The copiers are fuser oil based and Indigo. The graphic is printed in reversed/mirrored image, placed face down on the substrate, and heat pressed with heavy pressure for 30 seconds at 375°F. When cold, peel the backer paper from the substrate. This product has a heavier “hand” and is durable on many substrates. Indigo certified 1000 and 3000 series.
MUGS'n MORE (9710P0) Heat Transfer Paper is designed for use on hard surfaces including mugs, cups, tiles and other glass, ceramic, wood or metal surfaces. The image is printed in reverse image, cut to fit the mug, and secured in a mug press or with a band. Although there is a lot of variation in mugs and presses, 2 minutes as 250°F should adhere the toner. Remove the mug from the press carefully and run under cold water to peel the paper backing.
TECHNI-PRINT® HS Hard Surface Heat Transfer Paper (A4) has been engineered to give a convenient, one step decora t wide variety of hard surfaces – NONE of which require a special coating or treatment prior to transfer! TECHNI-PRINT® HS Heat Transfer Paper is designed to print well through all types of laser printers and copiers, but is optimized for the Oki 831 TS, Oki 920WT & the Oki 711WT and its runnability is supported by Oki. The paper allows rich, vibrant designs with excellent detail to be transferred onto any surface that fits into the heat press – from ceramic or stone tiles sourced at the local hardware store to aluminum water bottles sourced from the local sporting goods stores or myriad other items sourced through other retailers or Blanks providers. (Note: this paper will also work on Dye Sublimation blanks.)