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Image Clip Laser Paper Darks 8.5x11

Image Clip Laser Paper Darks 8.5x11

Please Note: This product is designed to work with SOLID colors only, NO gradients,

Image Clip Laser paper for dark garments works great for full color designs. It can be applied to T-shirts, handbags, mouse pads, coasters, leather articles, art papers etc. Image Clip Laser paper for darks works well with cotton materials along with 50/50 blends and polyester as long as the fabric has a tight weave. When using Image Clip Laser paper for darks there is no need to trim the excess paper as this product is self-weeding. There will be no background to your printed design. This paper is a two-step process. This is not designed for transferring photography. Recommended Laser printers: Canon, Ricoh, or Okidata.

(The image clip product is optimized in conjunction with OkiData, thus the instructions are general in nature and for Oki equipment. We recommend ordering this product once familiar with your equipment as it could take a bit of troubleshooting on the users end. Understanding your equipment is essential for application.) More product details…
Printer Type:
Color Laser
Size:
8.5" X 11"
Brand:
ImageClip
Garment Color:
Dark
Flex-Soft Color:
No
Item #:
871
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  • Image Clip For Darks and Bright Color Garments Application Instructions

    General Use

    It can be applied to T-shirts, handbags, mouse pads, coasters, leather articles, art papers etc. ImageClip Laser paper for darks works well with cotton materials along with 50/50 blends and polyester as long as the fabric has a tight weave. When using ImageClip Laser paper for darks there is no need to trim the excess paper as this product is self-weeding. There will be no background to your printed design.


    Application Instructions - A Two Step Process

    NOT recommended for photographs or pastel images.

    Printing

    1. Mirror the image. Image should be created using bright, vibrant colors (pastels and gradients will not work).
    2. Laser print the coated side of the paper identified as the Imaging Sheet.
    3. Paper should feed into the copier or printer with the short dimension first (grain long). For best fusing results use a heavy paper setting.

    Transferring

    1. Marry the imaged sheet with the transfer sheet. This will apply the transfer coating to the imaged area.
    2. PRESS - 20 seconds at 250 F using heavy pressure.
    3. Separate the papers while still hot.
    4. A white film will appear over the inked area.
    5. Place the imaging sheet face down onto the shirt or other substrate.
    6. PRESS - 30 seconds at 375 F using heavy pressure.
    7. COOL before peeling. Stretch immediately after peeling if desired.
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    Great purchase! Review by Penny
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    I got 10 sheets (sets) for $1 so it was a great purchase for me. Very easy to use. I am very impressed with how easy it was use this 2 step transfer paper and my results on the first try. I am definitely ordering more. (Posted on 4/9/20)
    Clearer Instructions Review by Thelma
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    The image paper tells you to print on it but the transfer paper does not say which side goes down on the image and the video does not show it clearly either. I wasted a lot of paper figuring this out. A better quality video and instructions would be nice! (Posted on 7/24/19)
    Laser dark Review by Randy
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    Getting better quality with trial and error.
    Still not the greatest quality but I will keep trying (Posted on 3/22/19)
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