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PET Heat Transfer Film for Water Based Ink

Water Based Heat Transfer Paper

Water-based heat transfer paper for water based Ink is our popular products. With matte and super matte finishes with cold peel or hot peel, which are free of chrome, formaldehyde and phtalate. Water based heat transfers are a vibrant, soft, and lightweight alternative to traditional screen printing. Water based heat transfer papers are an ideal way to print complex, multi-color designs on apparel, hats, tote bags, and coolers.

Why Choose Water-based Heat Transfers?

Why Choose Water-based Heat Transfers?

Water-based heat transfers are a vibrant, soft, and lightweight alternative to traditional screen printing. They are an ideal way to print complex, multi-color designs on apparel, hats, tote bags, and coolers. Another advantage of water based screen printed transfers is the easy setup. Since this process doesn't involve the use of screens, there are no setup fees. This process allows us to provide you with high quality, eco-friendly prints on practically any material.

How To Make Water Based Screen Printed Transfers

Water-based screen printed transfers are a popular alternative to traditional heat transfers, as they are environmentally friendly and produce vibrant, long-lasting prints. Here's a simple guide on how to make water-based screen-printed transfers:

  1. Design and prep your artwork

  2. Create the screen

  3. Apply the water-based ink

  4. Apply the transfer

  5. Heat press the transfer

It's important to note that water-based transfer printing is a bit more complicated than other transfer methods, and require some specialized equipment and materials. If you are new to screen printing, it's recommended to seek guidance from an experienced printer or to take a screen printing course.


How To Make Water Based Screen Printed Transfers

Features of PET Water-Based Heat Transfer Paper

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Hot and cold peel

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Glossy or matte finishes

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Dimensional stability

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Matt grades customized

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Anti static and anti blocking customized

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Hot and cold peel

2

Glossy or matte finishes

3

Dimensional stability

4

Matt grades customized

5

Anti static and anti blocking customized

Water-Based Transfer Paper FAQs

What types of fabrics are compatible with water-based screen transfer paper?

Water-based screen transfer paper is compatible with a wide range of fabrics, including cotton, polyester, blends, and natural fibers. It works best on light-colored or natural-fiber fabrics, allowing for vibrant and soft prints with excellent color saturation.

Are water-based screen printed transfers eco-friendly?

Yes, water-based heat transfer printers are considered eco-friendly compared to other printing methods like plastisol transfers, as they contain fewer harmful chemicals and solvents. The use of water-based inks reduces environmental impact and promotes sustainability in textile printing.

Are water-based screen printed transfers suitable for large-scale production?

Water-based screen-printed transfers are suitable for both small-scale and large-scale production runs. They offer versatility, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in printing custom designs onto textiles and fabrics, making them ideal for a variety of applications and production volumes.


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