Hingst’s Sign Post: Processing Printable Heat Transfer Films

The Indian Motorcycle applique was printed with an HP latex inkjet printer. The Indian Motorcycle applique was printed with an HP latex inkjet printer.

Sign Builder Illustrated Contributor Jim Hingst writes: "If you have a solvent, eco-solvent, or latex inkjet printer, you can decorate t-shirts, jackets and jerseys with colorful graphics and corporate logos using RTape Tatoo™, printable polyurethane heat transfer films.

"Selling printed appliques to your existing customer base is a great way to increase your shop’s sales at high profit margins without a lot of effort.

"The manufacturing process is not very complicated, so there is not much to learn. And the only additional equipment that you will need for your shop is a heat press."

To read more, check out Jim’s “Hingst’s Sign Post” blog.


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