Heat Press Vinyl Pack
5, 15" Rolls of Vyroll Standard High Quality Heat Transfer Vinyl (Each Roll 5 Yards)
Ryonet is excited to introduce our new line of Siser Easyweed Heat Transfer Vinyl. Easyweed is made by Siser, one of the largest heat applied vinyl manufacturers in the world! It's easy to weed, feels great on the shirt, has a long lifetime, and has an adhesive backing! Ryonet has spent a lot of time researching different options for heat transfer vinyl and Easyweed is by far highest quality and lowest cost heat transfer vinyl available.
Size: 15" x 5 Yard
Heat transfer vinyl and cad cut transfers are a great way to customize shirts, jerseys, sweats and much more. Vinyl film for cad cut transfers are great for small run customization for names, numbers, simple text and logos, and on the spot decorating! Lets say you have a baseball team to decorate. They have 22 jerseys with all the same front logo, no problem to screen print right? However, on the back they want an individual name and number on each jersey. If the only thing you can do is screen print, that's 44 different images you would have to print films for, burn screens, and carefully print. With a plotter and this heat transfer vinyl you can cut, weed, and heat transfer in a matter of a few minutes per jersey! Yup, its that easy! Adding heat applied vinyl to your business can save you time and make you money! All you need is a Roland Plotter to cut out the transfer and a heat press to apply (see application instructions below).
Siser Easyweed Heat Transfer Vinyl is easy to cut, weed, and transfers in a matter of seconds. Once transferred the shirt has a screen print like feel, it's durable, stretches, and lasts a long time! Ryonet Heat Transfer Vinyl is also available in standard, flock, and glitter colors for all your special application needs!
Heat Applied Films - Applications Instructions.
All films must be cut in mirror image. It's recommended that the fabric or garment is pre-pressed before the film is applied to help remove any moisture or wrinkles before applying the films on them. Moisture in the fabric may prevent the films from bonding properly. Use a Teflon or silicon sheet between the film and heat platen to help prevent scorching.
Application Temp: 320-350 Degrees F
Time: 10-15 Seconds
Application Pressure: Medium to firm (40 to 60 psi).
Use heavy duty blades to cut the glitter & flocking film (60 Degree on blades is optimal). These films contain real glitter chips that may shorten the life span of standard blades.
Machine wash and dry as needed.