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Transferencia de calor cortable

Logre precisión y versatilidad con los vinilos de transferencia de calor cortables de Joto. Perfectos para logotipos, números, nombres y letras de 1 a 3 colores, estos vinilos se adhieren perfectamente a varios tejidos.

Nuestra amplia gama de vinilos de transferencia de calor cortables le permite personalizar una amplia gama de artículos, incluidas camisetas deportivas, camisetas, indumentaria deportiva, chaquetas y más. Utilizando nuestro equipo de corte, puede cortar y eliminar con precisión partes innecesarias del diseño, dejando solo los elementos deseados en la hoja portadora para una transferencia sin esfuerzo.

Con una variada selección de colores vibrantes, nuestros vinilos ofrecen posibilidades ilimitadas de decoración, permitiéndole personalizar prácticamente cualquier cosa con facilidad.

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What is Heat Transfer Vinyl?

Using heat transfer vinyl is a straightforward process that can be mastered with a little practice. Here's a step-by-step guide to applying HTV:

Design and Cut: Start by creating your desired design using a cutting machine, such as our Roland BN2-20A or Graphtec CE7000, or by hand-cutting the vinyl. Make sure to mirror the design if it contains text or any directional elements.
Weed: Carefully remove the excess vinyl, leaving only the desired design. This process is known as "weeding" and can be done using a weeding tool or a pair of tweezers.
Position and Align: Position the weeded design on your substrate (fabric, wood, or any other surface) and ensure it is aligned correctly.
Heat Press: Use a Joto heat press set to the appropriate temperature (based on the specific HTV) to apply heat and pressure to the design. This activates the adhesive and bonds the vinyl to the surface.
Peel: After the recommended dwell time, carefully peel off the clear plastic carrier sheet, revealing the secured HTV design.

How to Use Heat Transfer Vinyl

Using heat transfer vinyl is a straightforward process that can be mastered with a little practice. Here's a step-by-step guide to applying HTV:

Design and Cut: Start by creating your desired design using a cutting machine, such as our Roland BN2-20A or Graphtec CE7000, or by hand-cutting the vinyl. Make sure to mirror the design if it contains text or any directional elements.
Weed: Carefully remove the excess vinyl, leaving only the desired design. This process is known as "weeding" and can be done using a weeding tool or a pair of tweezers.
Position and Align: Position the weeded design on your substrate (fabric, wood, or any other surface) and ensure it is aligned correctly.
Heat Press: Use a Joto heat press set to the appropriate temperature (based on the specific HTV) to apply heat and pressure to the design. This activates the adhesive and bonds the vinyl to the surface.
Peel: After the recommended dwell time, carefully peel off the clear plastic carrier sheet, revealing the secured HTV design.

Types of Heat Transfer Vinyl

Types of Heat Transfer Vinyl

Heat Transfer Vinyl Designs

The beauty of heat transfer vinyl lies in its ability to transform ordinary items into extraordinary creations. From bold and modern t-shirt designs to whimsical home decor pieces, the possibilities are endless.

Some popular HTV design ideas include:

Monograms and personalized text
Inspiring quotes and motivational messages
Intricate graphics and illustrations
Silhouettes and cutouts
Vibrant patterns and textures
Themed designs for holidays, sports teams, or specific occasions

The key to creating stunning HTV designs is to embrace your creativity and experiment with different materials, colors, and techniques. Mix and match various HTV types to achieve unique and eye-catching results.

By taking the time to carefully consider these factors, you can ensure that your heat transfer vinyl project turns out exactly as you envisioned.

What is needed for heat transfer vinyl?

The supplies needed for designing with heat transfer vinyl are a premium quality HTV vinyl film, a cutting machine or a pair of scissors, a cutting mat, weeding tools, parchment paper, and a heat press or dry household iron. The key is having the right materials to create and apply your custom designs effectively.

Is printable HTV the same as sublimation?

No, printable HTV and sublimation are different processes. HTV is great for customizing cotton-based fabrics, offering a wide range of colors and finishes. Sublimation is best for polyester-based materials, providing full-color, long-lasting prints. It also depends on your budget and the volume of your work - for bulk projects, sublimation is the right choice.

Will heat transfer vinyl peel off?

Will heat transfer vinyl peel off?

Can you overheat heat transfer vinyl?

Applying the correct temperature is crucial for HTV. If the temperature is too low, the vinyl may not adhere properly. If the temperature is too high, the HTV design can melt and become distorted. The ideal temperature range is typically between 280°F to 320°F, as per the manufacturer's guidelines.

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