How to store heat transfer film?
The heat transfer film is relatively difficult to keep. If it is not stored properly, the thermal transfer film will be wasted and cannot be used, or the hot stamped pattern will be unsatisfactory. The thermal transfer film has relatively high requirements for the storage environment, and temperature and humidity will have a large impact on the thermal transfer film. First of all, the heat transfer film cannot be placed near the heat source. Generally, the temperature is 2 to 5 degrees Celsius. Keep away from the place with heat and fire sources, otherwise it cannot be used, and the pattern will be deviated and it will not reach the ideal decoration. effect. Secondly, the thermal transfer film should not be damp. If it is damp, the thermal transfer film will have a chemical reaction and produce gas during the heating process, and the effect will be bubbles. Not only that, pay attention when handling the thermal transfer film. The heat transfer film should be handled gently, not horizontally, but vertically or vertically. When storing the thermal transfer film, find a well-ventilated, dry and cool place. The second type is printable engraving film. Use an all-in-one printer to spray and engrave the pattern on the engraving film. After removing the excess part, use the adhesive positioning film to transfer the pattern and tear off the PET film on the white glue surface. Place the pattern with the white glue face down, and use a heat transfer machine to hot stamp on the ironing material, and then tear off the composite film. Pay attention to the humidity and temperature changes in the temperature where the thermal transfer film is stored.
Post time: Jul-14-2021