REFLECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER VINYL

[ Click:561 ]    [ by Circle, CHINASTARS  Jan 21, 2019 ]

Nowadays, reflective clothing is not only the patent of sanitation workers, traffic police, or firefighters, but also many ordinary people have begun to pursue reflective clothing, which is benefited from fancy reflective printing technology. The reflective part can be customized with the public's preferences to highlight the individual's personality. The process used in this type of clothing is a reflective unit based on a high-refractive-index reflector on the fabric. The light beam from the external light source is reflected by the cone beam and reflected the light source. The incident angle of the light can be maintained within a certain range. It is different from general specular reflection and slow reflection, and the reflection efficiency is very high.

As you can see from the picture below, the image pattern on the T-shirt is bright and white under the reflection of the light. The patterns and letters are clearly visible in the dark.

The process of this reflective printing suit is not complicated. Firstly, drawing the size of the desired pattern on the computer, then puts the reflective heat transfer vinyl on the machine, and the computer controls the machine to engrave the ideal figure, then workers will peel off the needless film and finally the desired hot-printed fabric is placed on a flat surface, and the hot stamp of the pattern is ironed on the fabric by an iron or a professional hot press.

Chinastars specializes in the production of reflective fabrics and reflective garments for 15 years. It has unique technology for new reflective printing. Welcome to contact us for more information.

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