High Luster’s Elastic Reflective Heat Transfer Vinyl Hyperelasticity
|Hot Pressing Temperature||140-150℃|
|Hot Pressing Time||8-15s|
|Hot Pressing Pressure||2-3kg/cm²|
|Washing Performance||60℃@25 cycles (ISO6330)|
|Application||Super good elasticity. Suitable for hot pressing on elastic bands or high elastic fabric materials.|
High luster's elastic reflective heat transfer vinyl (hyperelasticity) FAQ guide
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A premium quality, high luster’s reflective heat transfer vinyl (hyperelasticity) from YGM Reflective is designed for road safety, outdoor safety, and a prime mirroring of fashion personality. There are now a wide range of reflective products, including reflective logos, reflective clothing, reflective accessories, reflective caps, reflective gloves, reflective vests, reflective jackets, reflective school uniforms, etc.
The overall features of high luster's elastic reflective heat transfer vinyl (hyperelasticity)
Transfer vinyls and iron-on vinyls, such as High Luster’s Elastic Reflective Heat Transfer Vinyl, are easy ways to put a personalized design on fabrics. Among the items you can create are T-shirts, hats, bags, pillows, and towels for sport teams, fun events, or as a hobby.
Figure 1: High Luster’s Elastic Reflective Heat Transfer Vinyl (Hyperelasticity)
Applications for high luster's elastic reflective heat transfer vinyl (hyperelasticity)
Specifically, it is designed for hot pressing on elastic fabrics. Further, it is suitable for hot pressing on elastic bands and high-elastic fabrics.
The heat transfer process for reflective heat transfer vinyl clothing
It is not a difficult process. The process begins with drawing the pattern size on a computer, putting the reflective heat transfer vinyl on the machine, and the computer controls the machine to engrave a desired image, then peeling off the needless film, then placing the fabric on a flat surface, and finally heat printing the image on the fabric with either an iron or a professional hot press.
Reflective vinyl in clothing: don'ts
Reflective vinyl should never be applied when it is wet. A thin layer of aluminium prevents the vinyl from allowing air to penetrate. Consequently, when you use the material wet, it does not allow moisture to escape.