Chances are that it does have PVC. You might want to try going at lower heat for a longer time. Do a sample or two to see how it turns out. I've found many 600D Poly's to press differently.
I've gone to sewing the logos onto the bags using an embroidery machine and Stahl's Twill Stitch Pro to set up the files. After the logo is on, I hit it quickly with my press, just to engage the adhesive.
For everyone who said yes you can do a heat transfer onto 600 denier, what was your experience with it in the past, how did it hold up, and what vinyl do you recommend. Was looking in to Gorilla Grip from Stahls.
The 600 noncoated Denier is actually pretty soft. If you want something that is a bit more structured like backpacks you will need it to be coated. When sublimating coated Denier you will need to have Teflon sheet under the fabric so the coating will not stick. We use both - depending on product.
Ok, folks, I'm just getting started in DYE SUB, got the SG800 and 13" x19" transfer paper and have an order for 12" x 18" flags, so I'm looking for 100% Polyester flag fabric to imprint the full-color image.
Thought I needed 600d 100% Polyester fabric, however one person told me to use 200D fabric for flags.
The customer does not want the back side to have a bleed through reverse image, so my plan is to print two panels ad sew them together.
I'm looking for a source for 100% Polyester flag fabric that will accept dye sublimation?
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