Digital Transfers– What Are They?

Show us your "digital transfers." Our customer Lisa Duncan Reda printed these full color logos using CAD-COLO SuperTEK Opaque.

Show us your “digital transfers.” Our customer Lisa Duncan Reda printed these full color logos using CAD-COLOR SuperTEK Opaque.

Sometimes we use terminology that makes sense to us but maybe it isn’t exactly clear to everyone else out there (I’m probably the biggest offender!). Like the words “digital transfer.” What we mean by “digital transfer” is a transfer designed for heat application that was created using some type of computerized device. (Computer = Digital) These types  of transfers are usually full color transfers created with either an ink jet printer, a laser printer, an eco solvent printer/cutter (like the Roland VersaCamm, Mutoh or Mimaki) or a sublimation printer. CAD-PRINTZ are a good example of a digital transfer. Here’s a StahlsTV.com video that shows you a few more examples.

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