Screen Printed Transfers
A screen printed transfer (also known as a plastisol transfer) is an image which has been screen printed onto release paper. Instead of being directly screen printed onto a shirt or other item, the design is printed onto transfer paper, then applied with a heat press. Screen printed transfers can be single or multi-color, and heat apply in seconds to any number of items, such as T-shirts, sweatshirts, shorts, jackets, and caps.
Though screen printed transfers use the same inks and processes as other types of screen printing, the use of transfers holds several advantages.
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CAD-CUT® Heat Transfer Vinyl
What is heat transfer vinyl?
Heat Transfer Vinyl, also called HTV, is a type of material that can be cut with a vinyl cutter to make designs, letters or numbers in an array of styles.
Heat Transfer Vinyl allows for the customization of a variety of items, including sports jerseys, T-shirts, performance apparel, active wear, jackets and more. With our wide selection and variety of colors, you will be able to decorate just about anything!
SimStitch® Letters & Numbers
Save stitches. Save time.
The unique embroidered look of SimStitch permanently applies with just a heat press – no sewing required. Made from Perma-TWILL® material. Laser cut with a simulated zig-zag stitch.
Our 100% polyester tackle twill heat transfer material is ideal for large jobs that require the look of appliqué without the sewing. Unless the material is cut with a laser, it will need to be sewn to prevent fraying. Features a permanent adhesive. Recommended fabrics: cotton, polyester.
The Premium 3D embellishment.
We now offer a unique, cutting-edge look and feel with these versatile premium embossed patches. They’re great for everything from promotional and recognition hard goods to corporate wear and sports jersey.
Choose from 3 emblem options:
- Texture – Detailed color and textures.
- DomeX – Shiny finish with 3D bubble effect.
- DomeX Flat – DomeX finish with a “flatter” 3D effect
If you have any questions or comments feel free to let us know by contacting us today!