|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Square Inch|
|Packaging Type||Roll and Sheets|
|Material||PET Film Stickers|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Size||12 and 20 Inch width|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Meter|
|Features||Plotter Cut and Heat Transfer|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Usage/Application||T Shirt Printing|
Make sure you are cutting on the vinyl side of your material. If you are unsure which side that is, peel back a corner of your HTV, and the colored side is your vinyl. The clear side is the adhesive liner. Typically, the shiny side of your HTV is the liner and the dull side is your vinyl. Once you know which side is the vinyl, place that side up into your vinyl cutter.
It is vital to do a test cut before cutting your full design. Depending on which cutter you use, there may be an option to do a test cut straight from your machine! If not, you can create your own test cut in your design software. To do this, make a small square with an even smaller triangle inside of the square. The whole design should be around ½ inch wide. Once you have created your test cut shape, move the shape to the corner of your HTV and send it to the cutter. If you are able to weed the square, but leave the triangle still on the liner, your cut settings are correct.Weeding
Using your weeding tool, with the vinyl side up, start from a corner and weed the excess vinyl from the outside in. Weeding on a warm heat press platen can help speed up the process.Heat Pressing
Before pressing your material to your garment, we recommend pre-pressing the garment to remove any excess moisture or wrinkles. Then you can line up your design to get it ready for pressing.
We typically use a heat press ruler to make sure the transfer is lined up and centered on your garment. If we don’t use that, it is a good idea to create a crease in the middle of your transfer to make sure it is centered. To do that, fold the transfer in half to make a faint line. Then, for front chest transfers, we line up the vinyl so that it is approximately four fingers down from the collar of the shirt.