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100 Sheets iColor Standard 560 2 Step 'A' Transfer Media for Light and Dark Textiles A4, 8.27 in x 11.69 in (210mm x 297mm) (Requires 'B' adhesive media)

Price:

$76.00
out of stock

The iColor 2-Step Standard 560 Transfer Media was developed specifically for the iColor 560 transfer media printer (also works on the iColor550), and can be used interchangeably with all other iColor printers when a thinner transfer sheet is needed. This transparent media set will allow you to transfer prints from the iColor series of printers (including white and fluorescent color prints) onto a variety of garments, especially dark fabrics. The white adhesive applied as a result of the 2-step process enhances the color of your print, and increases the adhesion to your garment for maximum durability, opacity and vibrancy on your finished product. Rasterization and breathability integrated into your design, as well as using the garment color as a mask, will enhance the stretch limit and softness of your finished product. iColor 2-Step Standard 560 Transfer Media is a weed-free system, ensuring little time is wasted picking and weeding your transfer prints, enabling you to produce detailed, quality images while dramatically reducing your production time.

(Requires 'B' adhesive media)


WARNING: WARNING: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and use Protective Equipment (including masks and gloves) when working with specialty printing and curing products and processes (including DTF, DTG, UV etc.) as fumes and processes may be hazardous. We highly recommend the use of a fume extractor when working with DTF powder in addition to good ventilation and filtration in your work area. The use of all specialty ink printing equipment and supplies such as inks, chemicals, powders etc. are at the sole risk of the user. Specialty inks and film require a good humidity and temperature environment (50% - 70% humidity, and 75° to 80°F) to minimize risk of ink clogs and film buckling.