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Old June 3rd, 2017 Jun 3, 2017 8:10:00 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default New Heat Transfer technique - HD Prints

We've developed a new heat transfer technique. As for now I have not seen any vendor/method that can match it in terms of quality, speed, cost and versatility.

This is a no cut, no weed, no a+b, just transfer solution. Transfers at about 266F at just 15 seconds, cold peel, 3 seconds repress. You can do it with an ordinary iron. The feel is softer and thinner than heat transfer papers/vinyl. There's a low MOQ. Just 5 A3 sheets.

It can do insanely fine details, works on cotton and polyester, non-woven bags, caps, leather, PVC sheets, umbrellas. Does not work on mugs.

As far as I know, the end product is just like Offset transfer and the laser dark no cut. But we are not using this method. We are from Malaysia. We have asked just about every printer in the nation. Non have seen something like this.

Do you know of any vendor that can do this? We call it HD Prints (since there is no term for it yet)
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Old June 3rd, 2017 Jun 3, 2017 8:27:26 AM -   #2 (permalink)
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Nice. I like it
 
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Default Re: New Heat Transfer technique - HD Prints

price?when?how?
 
 
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Default Re: New Heat Transfer technique - HD Prints

I like the idea of low temperature required. Is the material polyurethane? How is the wash fastness?
 
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We've developed a new heat transfer technique. As for now I have not seen any vendor/method that can match it in terms of quality, speed, cost and versatility.

This is a no cut, no weed, no a+b, just transfer solution. Transfers at about 266F at just 15 seconds, cold peel, 3 seconds repress. You can do it with an ordinary iron. The feel is softer and thinner than heat transfer papers/vinyl. There's a low MOQ. Just 5 A3 sheets.

It can do insanely fine details, works on cotton and polyester, non-woven bags, caps, leather, PVC sheets, umbrellas. Does not work on mugs.

As far as I know, the end product is just like Offset transfer and the laser dark no cut. But we are not using this method. We are from Malaysia. We have asked just about every printer in the nation. Non have seen something like this.

Do you know of any vendor that can do this? We call it HD Prints (since there is no term for it yet)
So what is the technique? Is it screen print transfer? How can we search if there is a vendor or other maker if you don't say how it was made.
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Old June 3rd, 2017 Jun 3, 2017 11:19:35 AM -   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: New Heat Transfer technique - HD Prints

Attached is the wash test, after 20 washing machine washes, normal temp.

It's not PU. I just need .ai / high res jpg, and the A3 sheets will be done within 48 hours.
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Old June 3rd, 2017 Jun 3, 2017 11:21:27 AM -   #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: New Heat Transfer technique - HD Prints

It looks like it was done through a company that has a bunch of screen printing videos, MD Textiles who is a Malaysian supply company.

This video shows them ironing labels but doesn't say how they were printed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvD4tW3LI_E

All the videos they have posted seem to be screen printing and Bazu and MD Textiles kind of seem to be the same.
 
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yes, thats me on youtube. but it's not screen print this time. it isn't possible with high dpi / full color / super fine.
 
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Damn, I was thinking we can buy empty transfers which will be revolution in transfers printing ...To bad.

Must admit minimum is nice.
 
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Selling for about US3.55 per A3 sheet. Minimum , just 5 sheets.
But for US customers this won't work. What's shipping time? 3 weeks?

Unless you have a distributor in the US that can deliver them in 2-3 days without paying expensive express shipping charges, I don't see how it will catch on.
 
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Just bought a Similar system from Conde its the REVEAL S WC but they have a new printer for it (not for sale yet) the Epson P600T Vivid Chemicals makes the inks and they are textile inks not Sublimation inks. Print to transfer in reverse press to garment hot peel. designs are gorgeous. Ill post some pictures later. Currently I bought the Printer from the NBM show in Indianapolis. Waiting for them to get back to there office and mail me the RIP for the printer so I can really aggressively test this product.

So far the shirts from the show are great we literally took them home and started continuously running them through very hot cycles in the washer and dryer and they aren't fading or changing one bit.
 
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But for US customers this won't work. What's shipping time? 3 weeks?

Unless you have a distributor in the US that can deliver them in 2-3 days without paying expensive express shipping charges, I don't see how it will catch on.
The same goes for Europe...That's why I was hoping those are some new blank transfers.

There is no point in ordering stuff across the planet if I can get screen printed transfers at my local shop. Either way I would need to take a lot of sheets. Local shop so I get lower price, Malaysia so I don't wait half year for designs which I run out of them...
 
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Just bought a Similar system from Conde its the REVEAL S WC but they have a new printer for it (not for sale yet) the Epson P600T Vivid Chemicals makes the inks and they are textile inks not Sublimation inks. Print to transfer in reverse press to garment hot peel. designs are gorgeous. Ill post some pictures later. Currently I bought the Printer from the NBM show in Indianapolis. Waiting for them to get back to there office and mail me the RIP for the printer so I can really aggressively test this product.

So far the shirts from the show are great we literally took them home and started continuously running them through very hot cycles in the washer and dryer and they aren't fading or changing one bit.
But the Revels Conde had demonstrated is not transparent film unlike the Malaysian attached photo. So I don't think the Malaysian transfer is RevelS. According to Mr. Doug Dewit Revels has hand to it. Unless it is a new version of RevelS.
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Just bought a Similar system from Conde its the REVEAL S WC but they have a new printer for it (not for sale yet) the Epson P600T Vivid Chemicals makes the inks and they are textile inks not Sublimation inks. Print to transfer in reverse press to garment hot peel. designs are gorgeous. Ill post some pictures later. Currently I bought the Printer from the NBM show in Indianapolis. Waiting for them to get back to there office and mail me the RIP for the printer so I can really aggressively test this product.

So far the shirts from the show are great we literally took them home and started continuously running them through very hot cycles in the washer and dryer and they aren't fading or changing one bit.
But the Reveals Conde had demonstrated is for light garment. Unless it is a new version that works with dark garment. According to Doug Dewit it had a heavy feel to it.
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Old June 3rd, 2017 Jun 3, 2017 6:09:41 PM -   #15 (permalink)
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Default Re: New Heat Transfer technique - HD Prints

The stuff we got to handle had little to no hand the whites on the darks were darn near perfect. Its not sublimation with absolutely no hand but it is not like HTV (easyweed)
 






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