Laser Transfer Supplies is collaborating with Supacolor to bring you a line of press ready transfers. All of our LTS x Supacolor transfers are pre-printed, pre-married, and ready to be pressed onto a garment. This allows you to take on large jobs that couldn't easily be done on your White Toner Laser, or allows you to get started with just a heat press as you save for your own printer!
When To Use Sublimation Blocker Transfers?
While modern, synthetic fabrics like polyester are appealing due to their technical capabilities and seemingly limitless design enhancements, they present complex printing issues when heat is introduced. LTS x Supacolor Sublimation Blocker transfers give you the confidence and ability to print on fabrics that are sublimated, dye migrate or have heavy patterns.
We combine a high opacity white water-based ink along with our special bleed resistant blocking formula to give our Blocker transfers a powerful, high dye inhibiting capability that is second to none. As an added benefit, these transfers do have good stretch capabilities making it an ideal fit for active sportswear that demand both bleed blocking and elasticity from a high-performance transfer. While using low temperature transfers can create a low bleed a scenario, only a true no bleed transfer like Supacolor Blocker transfers can completely block the capacity of the ink and preserve the integrity of your designs.
Not sure if you need to use our Blocker transfer? Use a Supacolor Test Transfers to a fabric in question to test for migrations issues. If the dye is unstable, you will see the results on the strips. Migration is not always immediately visible and can occur days after heat printing. Due to this, we recommend that you allow the transfer to rest for 4-5 days after pressing to confirm result of the test.
Experience how Supacolor Blocker transfers can elevate your printing capabilities and increase your profits by giving you the solution to printing designs on complex fabrics.
Minimum order quantity (MOQ) is 10 pcs. per design. Designs cannot be combined on a single sheet aka no gang sheeting.
Use the Supacolor templates for best results. Instructions are included at the bottom of the template.
See art tips below, but truly vectorized art in the CMYK color space is preferred.
Use of a quality heat press is recommended. Handheld heat presses will not achieve the desired results.