Focus on Transfer Printing & Heat Presses Dae Ha UK

Dorotape UK Providing solutions to boost productivity

In an industry of everchanging trends and where deadlines are key, the time is now for garment decoration to step up the speed, variety and versatility, and that’s exactly what’s

happening. Supplying its range of digital print heat transfer vinyl from German

One Flex breaks the mould…

Dae Ha has produced what is possibly the most user-friendly PU film ever produced – One Flex.

One Flex combines all the features garment decorators (from home crafters to the largest commercial printers) look for in single colour PU films. Clearly visible plotter cut lines allow customers to effortlessly weed out the most intricate of designs, and with an application temperature as low as 120°C, or a quick press five seconds, it’s perfectly suited for reducing/ eliminating press marks on temperature sensitive garments such as polyesters.

Poli-Flex Turbo is available in 35 colours

manufacturer Poli-Tape, Dorotape continuously provides solutions to boost productivity, without compromising on quality. Combining the quality of the Poli-Flex Premium with super-fast heat pressing times as little as three seconds, the Poli-Flex Turbo boosts productivity without compromise. This range is available in 35 different colours, including neon and metallic options, and the colour pallet is continuously increasing to keep up-to-date with evolving trends. Not only are these films quick to apply, but they also boast versatility. With heat press temperatures as low as 130°C, the Turbo range can be used on a variety of textiles such as cotton, polyester and even nylon. With its brilliant level of stretch, this range is also perfect for activewear.

For those looking for a printable version, say hello to the Image Flex Turbo! This soft white film benefits from all the features of the coloured Turbo flex while offering excellent print quality.

These films really are the perfect all-rounder for any garment decorator looking for speed, flexibility and quality. Target Transfers The new standard in hat heat presses

This innovative heat press’ 360° print area lets you print the front, back, and sides of a cap without removing it from the press.

A new moulded platen reduces creasing and scorching and the heated lower platen makes it easy to apply patches and emblems.

This is the biggest leap forward in hat presses for some time. As the UK home of Stahls' Hotronix, will be the first place you can get hold of this press. The first release has already sold out in the UK. The next batch is available for pre-order with a release date of late summer. Features include: ● Moulded platen to reduce creasing and scorching. ● One-size-fits-all platen – transition between cap sizes without having to change platens.

● Independently controlled upper and lower heated platens. ● Heated lower platen makes it easy to apply patches and emblems. ● One-hand operation for easy printing. ● Wide opening offers a heat-free workspace. ● Opens automatically, reducing risk of over-application. ● Digital time, temperature, and pressure display. ● IQ technology offers cloud-based tracking of machine operation. ● Made in the USA. | 50 | May 2020 360° hat heat press

Hot Peel speeds up the printing process further, leaving a thin (30 microns), silky soft transfer that has superb stretch and rebound properties, so no

separate stretch PU film required. Other features include multi-layering and no curling of the film when cut into smaller sheets.

Save time and money with DH One Flex

One Flex is available in 42 colours, including five neons, with at least five more additions coming this year.

With world leading and exclusive films such as Stretch Metallic, Glitter, Shimmer Flex, coloured Reflectives, high builds and Holographic and Metallic films for sublimation printing among others, Dae Ha continues to innovate and add value without compromising on its signature quality, it’s this continuous product development which has allowed Dae Ha to reach record heights, year after year.

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