Chemica 1798 HotmarkPrint Revolution - White - 20" X 66' (Heat Transfer Vinyl)
Chemica 1798 "HotmarkPrint Revolution"
Join the Revolution: Chemica's 1798 HotmarkPrint Revolution Heat Transfer Vinyl is the best choice for professionals who demand top quality results for every print. Designed and manufactured in France, 1798 HotmarkPrint Revolution contains advanced adhesives and polymers which allow it to transfer printed images on to all your favorite clothing fabrics quickly and permanently. Most HTV products require long presses or dangerously high temperatures to adhere to fabric, if they fully adhere at all, but 1798 HotmarkPrint Revolution will adhere in as little as 5 seconds at just 285F on cotton, and the final result is as good as or better than the leading high-priced competition.
Save time, save money, ditch the old brands and their mediocre media, and join the Revolution!
Q: What's included in the box?
A: One (1) roll of Chemica 1798 Heat Transfer Vinyl
Dimensions: 20"x66' (Rolled)
Q: What's the time and temperature setting to use when applying 1798?
A: Cotton/Poly: Low Temp 245F for 20 seconds, peel Hot
Cotton: Medium Temp 285F for 5 seconds, peel Hot
Nylon: 285F for 5 seconds, lift, second press for 15 seconds, peel Hot
Q: What is the matching application tape?
A: Chemica ATT500L, a quick use tape that comes with no backing and low tack for immediate use.
Q: What degree of knife should I use?
A: 45 degree blades are recommended.
Q: Compatible printers:
A: Any Eco-Solvent Printers by Roland, Mutoh or Mimaki will work with this material. If you own a printer from another brand please contact us to confirm compatibility before purchasing, we are happy to answer any questions you may have!
Q: Where is the product shipping from?
A: Order by 3pm for same day shipping from Orange County, California on all in-stock items. Larger orders are encouraged due to current global shipping delays making inventory variable.
Q: Where is Chemica Heat Transfer Vinyl made?
A: All Chemica products are designed and made in Saint-Etienne, France using well-developed and high tech methods of modern material production to ensure you get consistently high quality at an affordable cost.