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Usage Guidelines

Transfer Guideline

VINYL TYPEVinyl Thickness Micron
(With Hot melt)
How to Print / CutTemperaturePress TimePeel Type
HTV Solid PU40 (90)Cut the design in reverse140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Solid PU - Vent Hole40 (90)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secWarm peel
HTV Solid PU - Sub Block45 (100)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secWarm peel
HTV Solid PVC (Normal)110 (166)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secWarm peel
HTV Solid PVC (Neon)150 (200)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secWarm peel
HTV Glitter264 (354)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Hologram32 (82)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Metallic32 (82)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Flex Foil10 (70)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Flock500 (566)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Reflective120 (180)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Brick PU550 (640)140℃~150℃① 9sec on the front
② 8sec on the back
Warm peel
HTV PUFF PU100 (160)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 sec *Force pressureWarm peel
HTV Glow in the Dark160 (210)140℃~150℃7 ~ 10 secWarm peel
Adhesive Film40 (70)150℃~160℃① 5~7sec for Adhesive Film
② 10~12sec for Stamping Foll
Warm peel
HTV Printable - PU30 (85)Direct print & cut on to the film140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
HTV Printable - PU Vent30 (82)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
HTV Printable - Sub Block40 (95)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
HTV Printable - PVC85 (140)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
HTV Printable - Glitter264 (354)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
HTV Printable - Flock500 (566)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
HTV Printable - PUFF PU100 (155)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
Mask Film140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secCool peel
HTV Heat Sensitive PU55 (110)Cut the design in reverse140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Light Sensitive PU55 (110)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Holo Reflective230 (320)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Chameleon100 (210)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel
HTV Hair line520 (670)140℃~150℃8 ~ 10 secHot, Warm peel

Guidelines for Cutters

Once you’re ready to start cutting and weeding your vinyl, there are only a few recommended steps to follow.  Here’s what you’ll need to do if you’re using a cutter.
Always make sure you cut your design, text or numbering out in reverse, before weeding out any excess film.

We recommend the following model and settings for cuts – which we have used to demonstration ideal cutting standards:

Plotter: Roland GX-24
Blade: 45 Degrees
Force: 130 – 160g/f
Offset: 0.250mm
Speed: 15cm/sec

Always make sure you run thorough test prints and cuts before starting a production run or extensive printing.
Take care with your cutting blade and where you may be working.  There is potential for melt layer separation during the cutting process.
When weeding, always take the operator into account after removing your pattern and putting cutting conditions in place.