Waterslide HT (High Temp) transfer media is used for transferring images to Heat Sensitive materials and/or materials without a Flat Surface.
The application is different than with CMYK printers.
Due to the fact, that the White Toner is printed as last on top of the colored toners, the Waterslide paper can only work in a 2-Paper-System.
The design is printed on the A-Paper and the A-Paper is pressed together with the Waterslide HT Paper under heat. After the separation of both papers, the toner transfers to the Waterslide HT Paper, which brings white under the colors.
Improved Formulation with HT (High Temp) coating
Our well-known WATERSLIDE Transfer Media for printing on heat-sensitive and uneven surfaces, such as: Candles, various Model-Making applications & Ceramics – Is now available with improved formulation for printers and photocopiers with high fixing temperatures!
A more advanced and Heat-Resistant product, that can be used with even the fastest working printers.
We have developed a more advanced and Heat-Resistant product, that can be used with even the fastest working printers.
For this reason, we have improved our standard Waterslide media by adding an additional HT (High Temp) coating. Not only has this removed all previous issues associated with the old Waterslide media, but has increased the range of new Laser/LED printers that are compatible with the new Waterslide HT transfer media.
The overall improvements have left us with a more effective product that is of the highest quality.
APPLICATION PROCESS: WATERSLIDE HT (High Temp)
Application: Candles, Ceramics & Glass
- Pre-Heat your Press.
- Print your design in Mirror Image Mode on to the A-Paper.
- Press the Waterslide HT Paper & the A-paper together.
- Separate the Waterslide HT Paper from the A-Paper once it is absolutely cold.
- Trim the design exactly as needed.
- Soak the transfer in Water.
- Carefully rub between your fingers to remove the carrier paper.
- Apply the Waterslide HT to the surface.
- Remove trapped air with your fingers or bubble remover.
Tip: For better results, remove excess water before leaving to dry.