Transfer Tape keeps your vinyl project exactly as you want it when you are printing or cutting. Sometimes the process can potentially mar the design and waste supplies. Suppliers also refer to it as transfer paper. You can move your vinyl cutouts from the cutting mat to your item with ease and this transfer tape’s grid pattern will make it simple to arrange and place your vinyl.
Transfer Tape For Vinyl Cutting
Before making a purchase, check your adhesive vinyl’s specifics. While transfer tape is versatile, it never hurts to see which product is the best fit for your project. We also post our reviews with the different brands and items, so you can compare and contrast before making a purchase. See if you qualify for any of our shipping policies or discounts.
Our transfer tape works great with Oracal 631, 641, and 651 vinyls. We retail them in yardage increments, so keep in mind that you will receive a large amount of transfer tape. Make sure to calculate exactly how much you need for regular business operations.
Oracal MT80 Transfer Tape has a grid pattern to make any transfers easier off the cutting machine. This pattern also helps with placing the precise images and lettering where you want them and without causing any mistakes. It has zero residue paired with a medium adhesive strength to reduce the strain and mess.
Are you worried about potential wrinkles when applying a vinyl design to shirts, sweatshirts and so forth? Siser has released a TTD Evolution High Tack Transfer Mask to help with that problem. It can also handled detailed designs with ease.
In contrast, the Siser TTD Easy Digital Transfer Mask is meant for standard vinyls from the brand. The medium tack adhesive is best when paired with Siser products.
Best Ways To Work With Vinyl
Every instance of printing and cutting with transfer type involves wedding and cutting. When doing this, you cannot cut through the vinyl’s paper backing. Otherwise, removing the excess will be much harder.
Aim for medium strength adhesives in transfer tape when working with regular or standard vinyls. Glitter vinyl requires a strong grip, while with regular vinyl the excess strength can cause issues with removing the decals.
Clear tapes are better than grid tapes when the image clarity matters more than the placement. Grid tapes are good for when the vinyl transfer requires precision, such as when you are producing branded merchandise. Then you can meet high-quality control standards.
Do not use substitutes such as masking tape. These will potentially leave residue and have a much lower range of accuracy and quality.
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When you work with ColorCraft vinyl, you get the promise of customer service and satisfaction. We are a licensed dealer for many printing and cutting brands so that you can make purchases easily and with minimal fuss.
To find out more about using transfer paper and tape, please reach out to us today. ColorCraft Vinyl will answer all of your questions about the best ways to implement weeding and cutting with excess vinyl while easing the transition of your design to your designated merchandise. Or apparel.